Synonyms for picacho or Related words with picacho

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Examples of "picacho"
Picacho is located near Interstate 10 southeast of Eloy and northwest of Picacho Peak State Park. Picacho has a post office with ZIP code 85241, which opened in 1881. The community's name is Spanish for "peak" and is derived from the Picacho Mountains. Picacho has a ZIP Code of 85241; in 2000, the population of the 85241 ZCTA was 521.
Picacho Mountain, also known as El Picacho and Picacho Peak, is a summit in Doña Ana County, New Mexico. It rises to an elevation of 4,954 feet / 1,510 meters.
Box Canyon, was known as Pecatch Pass, to Waterman L. Ormsby, who traveled westward through it on the first westbound stage of the Butterfield Overland Mail. This was a mistake of Picacho Pass, the name derived from the Picacho Mountain nearby to the south of the canyon as was the village of Picacho where Ormsby's coach changed horses at the Picacho Stage Station just south of the mouth of the canyon.
Flora of the Little Picacho Wilderness—("Eastern section, only")
The village of Picacho was originally settled in 1855, by a party of settlers from Socorro, New Mexico, led by Candelaro Chavez. The original name of the village was Picacho de los Nevarez, named after the local name of Picacho Mountain, a peak named after the Nevarez family.
The Battle of Picacho Pass or the Battle of Picacho Peak was an engagement of the American Civil War on April 15, 1862. The action occurred around Picacho Peak, northwest of Tucson, Arizona. It was fought between a Union cavalry patrol from California and a party of Confederate pickets from Tucson, and marks the westernmost battle of the American Civil War.
"Picacho del Diablo" is the highest peak in the park measuring above sea level. Picacho del Diablo is on the east side of the park. Throughout the park there are several deep canyons and many abrupt topological changes.
Picacho State Recreation Area is a camping, boating, and general recreation area located on a 9-mile stretch of the lower Colorado river at the site of Picacho, a defunct gold mining town.
The Christ at "El Picacho" is a monument which stands on the hill El Picacho in the north area of Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras, at a height of 4,353 feet above sea level.
Picacho is an unincorporated community located in Lincoln County, New Mexico, United States. The community is located on U.S. Route 70 east of Ruidoso. Picacho has a post office with ZIP code 88343, which opened on June 11, 1891.
Picacho, now a ghost town, was an early mining town on the Colorado River. It was named "Picacho" (Spanish for "big peak") after a nearby mountain of the same name.
A post office operated at Picacho Basin from 1909 to 1910.
The current library building at 200 E. Picacho Avenue was constructed in 1979
A post office operated at Picacho from 1894 to 1926, moving in 1926.
Picacho Peak State Park is a state park surrounding Picacho Peak in Picacho, Arizona. The park is located between Casa Grande and Tucson near Interstate 10 in Pinal County. Its centerpiece spire is visible from downtown Tucson, a distance of . The summit rises to above mean sea level. Though appearing to be the remnant of a volcanic neck, it is now believed to be a tilted and eroded piece of rock overlain by a lava flow. The place name is redundant: "picacho" means "big peak" in Spanish.
The White Picacho pegmatite district is an historic mining district located in southern Yavapai and northern Maricopa counties. The mines of the district are located to the southwest of White Picacho and adjacent Red Picacho peaks some seven miles east of Wickenburg. The district is noted for production of niobium, feldspar, tantalum, tungsten, beryllium, mica, bismuth, lithium, lead, gold, zinc, vanadium, molybdenum and rare earth elements.
Cuyamaca Reservoir is north of the Paso Picacho Campground and its trailheads in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park.
By late 2012 parts of Picacho will be removed under Arizona eminent domain law on account of Interstate 10 expansion.
1992 Located in the Carretera Picacho-Ajusco and designed by architect Teodoro González de León, FCE’s new headquarters are inaugurated.
Nine miles south of the dam, the long, steel truss Picacho Flume carried canal water over the Rio Grande.