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Santo Tomás Tamazulapan Santo Tomás Tamazulapan Coordinates: 16°16′N 96°35′W / 16.267°N 96.583°W / 16.267; -96.583Coordinates: 16°16′N 96°35′W / 16.267°N 96.583°W / 16.267; -96.583 Country  Mexico State Oaxaca Municipality Santo Tomás Tamazulapan Founded Government  - Municipal President Time zone CST (UTC-6) Postal code Santo Tomás Tamazulapan is a village and municipality in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, located about 105 km south of Oaxaca city. It is 1,700 meters above sea level, and is part of the Miahuatlán District in the south of the Sierra Sur Region. Its name comes from the patron saint of the town (Saint Thomas) and the last part is from Náhuatl meaning “in the river of frogs”. It is unknown when the town was founded.[1] Contents 1 The town 2 The municipality 3 References 4 External links The town Its main attraction is the Parroquia de Santa María de la Natividad (Parish of the Virgin Mary of the Nativity) church, which was constructed in the 17th century. It contains an altarpiece (retablo) of extraordinary size.[2] The village was one of the hosts of the Sixth International Organ and Early Music Festival in 2006 sponsored by the Instituto de Órganos Históricos de Oaxaca (Institute of Historic Organs of Oaxaca) along with Oaxaca city, Zautla, San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya, Tlaxiaco and Santo Domingo Yanhuitlán.[3] Nearby is the Balneario Atonaltzin, a series of sulfur springs.[2] The municipality As municipal seat, Tamazulapan has governing authority over the following communities: Cerro de Tepalcatillos, El Cerrito, El Podrido, Güilotes, Los Manantiales, and San Jerónimo Miahuatlán. References ^ "Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México". http://www.inafed.gob.mx/work/templates/enciclo/oaxaca/municipios/20533a.htm.  ^ a b Quintanar Hinojosa, Beatriz (August 2007). "La Mixteca y sus fabulosos conventos". Guía México Desconocido: Oaxaca 137: 80. http://www.mexicodesconocido.com.mx.  ^ "tamazulapan.org". http://www.tamazulapan.org/index.php. Retrieved 2008-02-23.  External links EL INSTITUTO DE ÓRGANOS HISTÓRICOS DE OAXACA Tamazulapan News This article about a location in the Mexican state of Oaxaca is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e v · d · eMunicipalities of Miahuatlán District, Oaxaca Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz Monjas San Andrés Paxtlan San Cristobal Amatlán San Francisco Logueche San Francisco Ozolotepec San Ildefonso Amatlán San Jerónimo Coatlán San José del Peñasco San José Lachiguiri San Juan Mixtepec, Miahuatlán San Juan Ozolotepec San Luis Amatlán San Marcial Ozolotepec San Mateo Río Hondo San Miguel Coatlán San Miguel Suchixtepec San Nicolás San Pablo Coatlán San Pedro Mixtepec, Miahuatlán San Sebastián Coatlan San Sebastián Río Hondo San Simón Almolongas Santa Ana Santa Catarina Cuixtla Santa Cruz Xitla Santa Lucía Miahuatlán Santa María Ozolotepec Santiago Xanica Santo Domingo Ozolotepec Santo Tomás Tamazulapan Sitio de Xitlapehua See also Municipalities of Oaxaca