Xochistlahuaca is a town and municipality located in the southeast corner of the Mexican state of Guerrero. It is part of this state's Costa Chica region and while near the Pacific Ocean, most of the territory is mountainous. The population is dominated by the indigenous Amuzgo ethnicity, whose women are noted for their traditional hand woven garments, especially the huipil, which is made both for home use and for sale outside the area.
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... The municipality including its seat, has a very high level of socioeconomic marginalization ... As of 2010, there were 6,019 residences in the municipality ... Most homes in the municipalitylack one or more services such as running water, electricity and drainage ...