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    Mexico State #80 Highway Guide

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    6378 ft.
    San Luis Potos, Mxico
    San Luis Potos is the capital city of the state with the same name in Mxico. Founded as city in 1656 by the Spanish conquerors over several Indian settlements. Today is an important industrial and miner city. Known by it's unique architecture in it's temples and government buildings, plazas and gardens like the Alameda and variety of museums, is considered as a Humanity's Patrimony by the UNESCO Tourist information telephone: (444) 812-9939
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    0.0
    6378 ft.
    San Luis Potos Exit to Guadalajara
    San Luis Potos Exit to Guadalajara, Mxico Federal highway 80 State highway 70. Take the intersection from Antonio Rocha Cordero Avenue by the Hotel Camino Real.
    0.3
    0.5
    6430 ft.
    University Campus
    The ITESM campus San Luis Potos, One of the most prestigious Universities in the country.
    2.9
    4.6
    6401 ft.
    San Jos Dam, San Luis Potos
    San Jos Dam, San Luis Potos,SLP Mxico is one of the most important water reservoir in the city.
    3.8
    6.1
    6401 ft.
    Escalerillas village
    Escalerillas village SLP Mxico, is well know by the quarry workshops and crafts.
    6.8
    11.0
    6722 ft.
    El Peaje Dam SLP
    El Peaje Dam San Luis Potos, Mxico
    15.2
    24.4
    7356 ft.
    San Antonio Village
    San Antonio Village SLP Mxico
    23.1
    37.2
    6988 ft.
    Santo Domingo
    Santo Domingo SLP Mxico
    31.4
    50.5
    7100 ft.
    Villa de Arriaga SLP Mxico

    32.7
    52.7
    7234 ft.
    Intersection
    Intersection with highway 80
    35.6
    57.3
    7300 ft.
    State Border line
    State Border line San Luis Potos state and Zacatecas state Mxico
    43.7
    70.3
    7244 ft.
    Satate Border line
    Satate Border line between Zacatecas Mxico and Jalisco Mxico
    43.7
    70.3
    7234 ft.
    Road Intersection

    44.2
    71.1
    7238 ft.
    Intersection
    Road intersection to Ojuelos village and the Ojuelos village beltway
    45.6
    73.4
    7280 ft.
    Ojuelos de Jalisco village
    Ojuelos de Jalisco village, Mxico
    46.4
    74.6
    7320 ft.
    Intersection
    Intersection with highway 70 to Aguascalientes Mxico
    48.2
    77.6
    7313 ft.
    Intersection
    Intersection with Highway 51 to Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato Mxico
    73.8
    118.7
    6460 ft.
    Presa el cuarenta
    Presa el cuarenta, Jalisco Mxico (The forty dam)
    74.8
    120.4
    6542 ft.
    Road Intersection
    Road Intersection.
    76.2
    122.6
    6378 ft.
    Paso de cuarenta village
    Paso de cuarenta, Jalisco Mxico
    89.9
    144.7
    6224 ft.
    Intersection
    Intersection with Highway 45 to Len Guanajuato Mxico
    90.0
    144.8
    6217 ft.
    Lagos de Moreno Beltway
    Beltway in Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco Mxico
    91.2
    146.8
    6161 ft.
    Intersection to Lagos de Moreno downtown
    This city was in three times capital city of the state of Jalisco Mxico(1829, 1831 and 1916. The main economical activity is the agriculture and stockbreeding, some industries that precess dairy and handcrafts
    94.1
    151.5
    6204 ft.
    Intersection Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco Mxico
    In Lagos de Moreno one can find tourist services, hotels, restaurants, shops and a interesting visit downtown where the most important building are found such as Parroquia de Santa Mara de los Lagos, The Calvario temple, The theater and Capuchinas convent.
    95.3
    153.3
    6220 ft.
    Rail road crossing
    Rail road crossing Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco
    97.8
    157.4
    6194 ft.
    Intersection Lagos de Moreno
    Intersection Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco highway 80 and beltway
    101.5
    163.3
    6122 ft.
    Intersection
    Intersection with highway 45 to Len, Guanajuato Mxico
    101.6
    163.5
    6132 ft.
    start/end wider highway

    116.1
    186.8
    6175 ft.
    Road Intersection to San Juan de los Lagos
    Road Intersection to San Juan de los Lagos, Jalisco, a place with numerous civil and religious buildings with historical importance and unique architecture such as El Parian, the City Hall, the Mail office, el Calvario and temples such as Pocito and San Francisco
    120.3
    193.6
    5633 ft.
    River San Juan
    San Juan de los lagos river
    129.9
    209.0
    5738 ft.
    Intersection to Xalostitln Jalisco
    Road Intersection to Xalostitln Jalisco, village with tourist services as hotels, gas station, and restaurants.
    133.5
    214.8
    6050 ft.
    Intersection to Jalostitln Jalisco
    Road Intersection to Jalostitln Jalisco, Mxico a place with famous handcrafts in wood and leather.
    134.6
    216.6
    5906 ft.
    River

    142.2
    228.9
    6496 ft.
    Road Intersection Valle de Guadalupe, Jalisco
    Road Intersection to Valle de Guadalupe Village a place with a beautiful main plaza and religious buildings
    147.0
    236.5
    6020 ft.
    Green River

    151.1
    243.2
    6526 ft.
    Road Intersecton to Pegueros village
    Road Intersecton to Pegueros, Jalisco, Mxico a village with a beautiful temple. During the second week of June they celebrate a fair, with dances, beauty contest, bull fights and typical gastronomy dishes.
    151.8
    244.3
    6483 ft.
    Pegueros Dam
    Pegueros, Jalisco Dam
    155.7
    250.6
    6549 ft.
    Road Intersection to Tepatitln, Jalisco
    Road Intersection to Tepatitln de Morelos, Jalisco. The name means "Place of hard rock" from the Nahuatl native language. It's historic buildings are San Francisco Church from XVIII late century, The sanctuary of the Lord of Mercy build in 1852 in a neoclassic style, and French style civil buildings.
    156.5
    251.9
    6529 ft.
    Intersection with Highway 84
    Intersection with Highway 84 and San Jos de Bazarte, Jalisco, a rural community.
    163.2
    262.7
    6194 ft.
    Road Intersection to Tepatitln de Morelos
    Road Intersection to Tepatitln de Morelos, Jalisco where the local fair is celebrated last week of April with parades, "charreadas" (cowboy games, rides and bull rides).
    163.7
    263.5
    6132 ft.
    Road Intersection to Tepatitln de Morelos
    Road Intersection to Tepatitln de Morelos, Jalisco Mxico
    173.4
    279.1
    5722 ft.
    Road Intersection to Acatic, Jalisco
    Road Intersection to Acatic village, Jalisco, a place with unique natural beautiful places like Baranca de Tmara (Tmara ravine) Ro Verde (Green river) Alberca el Venado (Deer's pool)
    177.0
    284.8
    5531 ft.
    Presa la Zurda de Caldern, Jalisco
    Dam la Zurda de Caldern, Jalisco, Mexico. This is an important fishing dam for carp fish, tilapia fish and many others.
    182.0
    292.9
    5069 ft.
    Road Intersection
    Road Intersection to the Puente de Caldern park, where in 1811 an important battle for the Independence of Mxico was fought.
    182.0
    292.9
    5085 ft.
    Caldern River

    186.5
    300.1
    5128 ft.
    Road Intersection to Zapotlanejo
    Road Intersection to Zapotlanejo, Jalisco Mxico. This village is known as "The Gate to Guadalajara from The High lands of Jalisco" I holds an intense commercial activity particularly dressing garments. And to visit appreciate the beautiful temples and civil buildings downtown.
    188.0
    302.6
    4859 ft.
    Zapotlanejo river

    188.7
    303.7
    4895 ft.
    Intersection with Highway 110

    191.1
    307.5
    4908 ft.
    Intersection with Highway 15 to Morelia and Mexico City
    Intersection with Highway 15 to Morelia and Mexico City.
    191.1
    307.5
    4908 ft.
    Terminus
    To Guadalajara capital city of the state of Jalisco. The second in importance cities in Mxico by it's size and influence, a great contributor for economy, culture and religion. Is famous by it's beautiful women. This city was founded in 1530. The city is rich in it's variety of architecture, as the Metropolitan Cathedral, The Degollado theater, it's plazas and monuments. It's cultural and educational heritage influence the whole country with it's museums, art galleries, Universities and Colleges.