Villa del carbón , Edo de México

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Villa Coal is a city and one of the 125 municipalities in the State of Mexico, is located in the northern part of the state, just northwest of the city of Mexico.1 The municipality contains several villages of Otomi and Nahua, in which much of the indigenous culture still persists. The territory of the municipality was defined in 1714, when a region known as Chiapan, was divided into what is now Chapa de Mota and Villa del Carbon.

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Tulum, Quintana Roo


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Tulum is a city in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, is from the March 13, 2008 head of the municipality of Tulum and located in the south of the so-called Riviera Maya , one of the main international tourist destinations extreme, it is next to archaeological ruins the Mayan city of Tulum , which gets its name .

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Tlaxco, Tlaxcala


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Tlaxco is a Mexican city, head and most populated municipality of the same name , located north of the state of Tlaxcala city. According to the census of population and housing 2010 by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography , it has a population of 14,806 inhabitants, which makes it the tenth most populous city in the state.

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Tecozautla, Hidalgo


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Tecozautla is a town located to the west of the State of Hidalgo, Mexico ; It is the head of the municipality of the same name , one of the 84 that make up the state. The climate is mild and dry , has an average annual temperature of 19.2 ° C and an average rainfall of 495.4 mm.

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Talpa de Allende, Jalisco


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Talpa de Allende (La Perla Escondida) is a municipality and magical town in the state of Jalisco, Mexico . It is located in the west of the state , in the Western Sierra Region; 190 kilometers west of Guadalajara. Its name means ” On Earth ” , its territorial extension is of 2,685 km2. According to II the count of population and house, the municipality has 13,612 inhabitants and is mainly engaged in the tertiary sector.

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San Juan Teotihuacán y San Martín de las Pirámides, Edo de México


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San Martin of Pyramids is one of the 125 municipalities in Mexico , located northeast of it. It has an area of ​​70 square kilometers and a height of 2,300 meters. It has a total population of 24,851 , of which 12,573 are women and 12,278 are men.

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San José de Gracia, Aguascalientes


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It is located in the northwest of the state , about 57 kilometers from the capital. Its coordinates are 102 ° 25 ‘ west longitude and 22 ° 09’ north latitude and is located at an altitude of 2050 meters. North borders the municipalities of Calvillo and Jesus Maria ; south with the municipalities of Arteaga Pavilion and Rincon de Romos ; the east and west with the state of Zacatecas.

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San Joaquín, Querétaro


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San Joaquin is one of 18 municipalities that make up the Mexican state of Queretaro ; its name comes from San Joaquin , patron of the municipality . It is located at the center of the state , and 135 kilometers from the state capital . It has a land area of ​​500 square kilometers. According to II Count of Population and Housing 2010 , the municipality has 8,865 inhabitants ,

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Mazunte, Oaxaca


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Mazunte es un pequeño pueblo sobre la costa del Pacífico en Oaxaca, México. Está localizado a 22 km del suroeste de San Pedro Pochutla sobre la carretera costera 200, a unos 10 km al este de Puerto Ángel y sólo a 1 km de San Agustinillo y a 264 km al sur de la capital de Oaxaca. Existen dos etimologías para el nombre. Algunas fuentes señalan que “Mazunte” se deriva de la frase en Nahuatl “maxotetia” que significa “por favor deposita huevos aquí.” Sin embargo,

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Mascota, Jalisco

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Mascota , is a town of Jalisco, Mexico and magical town . Pet ‘s name comes from Teco Amaxacotlán Mazacotla , which in Spanish means : place of deer and snakes . It was a chiefdom , which had under its jurisdiction the villages of Talpa , El Tuito and Chacala . During the conquest was named Valley of the deer or Valle de Banderas. Its inhabitants were tecos Indians.

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Linares, nuevo León

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Linares is a municipality and a city in the state of Nuevo Leon in Mexico , recently named Magic Town . Located in the central part of the state, within the ” Region Citrícola ” . Its current name comes from its former Villa de San Felipe de Linares , whose foundation was held on April 10, 1712 , on grounds of Hualahuises name.

It has a land area of ​​2,445.2 square kilometers.

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Ixtapan de la Sal, Edo de México

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Ixtapan de la Sal is a magical town located 135 kilometers southwest of Mexico City in the state of Mexico and 85km south of the city of Toluca , capital of the State of Mexico .

Ixtapan de la Sal ( Ixtapan , comes from Nahuatl and consists of iztatl which means salt and bread that means in or on and its meaning is ”

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Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo

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Isla Mujeres is located in the Caribbean Sea , near the Yucatan peninsula , southeast of Mexico . The island is part of one of the eleven municipalities of the state of Quintana Roo , the municipality of Isla Mujeres (which includes part of the mainland ) and is located thirteen kilometers from the city of Cancun , the main tourist hub of the region .

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Candela, Coahuila


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Candela is the county seat but has 4 ejido communities as are Huizachal, Valladares, San Pedro (Lomas Blancas) and Community Candela.

It has a river that bears his name.

A curious fact is that although it has a railway station station name Candela, it is on land Mops, Nuevo Leon. Which it was built by order of Don Venustiano Carranza.

Working life is closely linked to the agricultural industry.

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Atlixco, Puebla

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Eroica Atlixco a city located southwest of the city of Puebla . He received his title of ” Heroic ‘5 due to the Battle of May 4, 1862 that precede the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862 .

It is known for its good weather and the great floristic , commercial and tourist activities that were worth being called Atlixco of Flowers and Barn New Spain ,

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Aculco, Edo de México

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The municipality of Aculco is located in the Mexican highlands , an hour by road from Mexico City ; It is part of the State of Mexico and its municipal head takes the official name of Aculco de Espinoza (formerly San Jeronimo Aculco ) . It belongs to the region of Jilotepec and is located in the northwestern part of the state , bordering the state of Queretaro.

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