Tourist and travel guide of Marcala
- Population: 10055
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Marcala etymologically means "Place of Prisons" by tribal wars preindependentistas and post-independence civil wars, caused human settlements in these areas, and its difficult access made her protection zones for themselves, before the attack leaders. Marcala Township was founded in 1635. "The old village of Chinacla was originally established in the top of Mount Baldy Village On The Estanzuela, and only known to exist because they were still outbursts of his Church." Then the people went out of Chinacla Mount Baldy moved to the place of "Capiro" on the slopes of Cerro Musula (now Marcala) in the middle of the sixteenth century and after some time to live in complete peace and quiet, the people of the ingurulas living in the mountains near Guacupuzca (Call today Llanos de San Antonio), rose in war against Chinaclas. Were armed with slings of mescal, arrows and sticks, attacked them but were defeated Chinaclas.
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