VENUSTIANO CARRANZA MICHOACAN NO NECESITA DE LOS MEJIA ZEPEDA!!
Venustiano Carranza is a small city located in the northern part of the Mexican state of Michoacán, in the region of the Chapala Lake. The city is still better known for its former pre-Mexican revolution name San Pedro Caro, which derives from the town's patron saint and the last name of its original founders. Important spots in the town near the central square include a 17th-century church which has a clock tower. La Plaza is a town square structure that was recently renovated in 2005, which is packed on Sundays and town holidays and El Arco. There is a main farmer's market next to the municipal building and also a supermarket across the street. You can see mountains in the southeast part of town rumored to have a huge cross on a spot were La Virgin de Gaudalupe was seen.