Guerrero Negro

Guerrero Negro is a city of 14,000 people in , on the edge of the Vizcaino Desert just south of the state border about halfway down the peninsula. It is best known for the whale watching, although its primary industry is salt.
Latitude
27.971° or 27° 58' 15.4" north
Longitude
-114.0364° or 114° 2' 11" west
Population
16,000
IATA airport code
GUB
United Nations Location Code
MX GUB
Elevation
4 metres (13 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 278823069
Geo­Names ID
4021858
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: غريرو نيغرو
  • Cebuano: Guerrero Negro
  • Chinese: 格雷罗内格罗
  • Dutch: Guerrero Negro
  • French: Guerrero Negro
  • German: Guerrero Negro
  • Hebrew: גררו נגרו
  • Hungarian: Guerrero Negro
  • Italian: Guerrero Negro
  • Japanese: ゲレロネグロ
  • Persian: گوریرو نگرو
  • Portuguese: Guerrero Negro
  • Russian: Герреро-Негро
  • Spanish: Guerrero Negro
  • Swedish: Guerrero Negro

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