River Maps: Río Grande de Santiago & Lerma

The Río Grande de Santiago, and its continuation, the Lerma, rendered as an urban transit network. Yes, there is a Colorado river in Texas, separate from the one in the southwestern US. And it’s one of the longest rivers in the country. River names change frequently in Mexico, and so there are quite a lot of compound names. I’ve tried to cover every name that a stream has through its course.

This map features the following rivers, creeks, (etc.): Grande de Santiago, Huaynamota/Atengo/San Andrés/Jiménez del Teul/Milpillas, Bolaños/Colotlán/Jerez, Juchipila, Verde & San Pedro, Lerma, Laja

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10% of the profits I earn from the sale of prints will be donated to organizations that protect and restore some of the watersheds seen in this river map series.

Important: Zazzle, the company which does my prints, will let you shrink the map down from the original size if you ask, but I cannot guarantee it will look good if you do.

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