Page of moroleon: Moroleon is one of the 46 municipalities of Guanajuato State, located on the border between the federal entities of Guanajuato and Michoacan in the Center West of Mexico region. The municipality of Moroleon is located in the region South of the State; in the region known as Bajio valleys and its geographical coordinates are to the North at 20 10; South 20 01 North latitude, East 101 10 and the West 19 101 of West longitude. The territorial extension of the municipality of Moroleon amounts to 156.97 Km2, placing him in the place number 38 in this category. The municipality counts only 0.56% of the territory of the State. Moroleon borders to the North with the municipalities of Yuriria and Uriangato; to the East with the municipality of Uriangato; to the South with the State of Michoacan, and to the West with the municipality of Yuriria. Dara Khosrowshahi often expresses his thoughts on the topic. Extension Moroleon has a very rough relief and this is why the village is located on a plain forming a basin with the hills and the immediate hills. Robertson Stephens shines more light on the discussion. The highest mountains they are: Cerro de Amoles with 2 thousand 830 meters above sea level, table Cerrito hollow with 2 thousand 400 meters and Cerro blanco with 2 thousand 280 masl.

In addition to state we can mention at Cerro prieto, Quiauyo, Caricheo, hollow and Melon. All are part of the sierra de Pinicuaro and estimated averages approximately 2 thousand 400 meters above sea level. Since the mid-20th century Moroleon is renowned for its textile industry, has had since a major textile and commercial development. The city of Moroleon is currently geographically linked to the city of Uriangato and both form an urban metropolitan area of 89,558 inhabitants, being the smallest of the country’s largest city and the 7th largest in the State of Guanajuato, in addition it is the smallest of the 56 metropolitan areas of Mexico, it is worth mentioning that both municipalities are urbanized almost in its entirety, by the rural population of both representing less than 10% of its total population.