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States of Mexico

 

States of Mexico

The States of Mexico are first-level administrative territorial entities of the country of Mexico, which officially is named United Mexican States. There are 31 states in Mexico.

The states are further divided into municipalities

List

States of Mexico
State Official Name Estado Libre y Soberano de: Flag Capital Largest city Area[1] Population (2010)[2] Order of Admission
to Federation
Date of Admission
to Federation
Aguascalientes Aguascalientes Aguascalientes Aguascalientes 0056185,618 km2 (2,169 sq mi) 011849961,184,996 2424 185702051857-02-05[3]
Baja California Baja California Mexicali Tijuana 07144671,446 km2 (27,585 sq mi) 031550703,155,070 2929 195201161952-01-16[4]
Baja California Sur Baja California Sur La Paz La Paz 07392273,922 km2 (28,541 sq mi) 00637026637,026 3131 197410081974-10-08[5]
Campeche Campeche San Francisco de Campeche San Francisco de Campeche 05792457,924 km2 (22,365 sq mi) 00822441822,441 2525 186304291863-04-29[6]
Chiapas Chiapas Tuxtla Gutiérrez Tuxtla Gutiérrez 07328973,289 km2 (28,297 sq mi) 047965804,796,580 1919 182409141824-09-14[7]
Chihuahua Chihuahua Chihuahua Ciudad Juárez 247455247,455 km2 (95,543 sq mi) 034064653,406,465 1818 182407061824-07-06[7]
Coahuila1 4 Coahuila de Zaragoza Saltillo Saltillo 151563151,563 km2 (58,519 sq mi) 027483912,748,391 1616 182405071824-05-07[7]
Colima6 Colima Colima Manzanillo 0056255,625 km2 (2,172 sq mi) 00650,555 650,555 2323 185609121856-09-12[8][9]
Durango Durango Victoria de Durango Victoria de Durango 123451123,451 km2 (47,665 sq mi) 016329341,632,934 1717 182405221824-05-22[7]
Guanajuato Guanajuato Guanajuato León 03060830,608 km2 (11,818 sq mi) 054863725,486,372 022 182312201823-12-20[7]
Guerrero Guerrero Chilpancingo de los Bravo Acapulco 06362163,621 km2 (24,564 sq mi) 033887683,388,768 2121 184910271849-10-27[10]
Hidalgo Hidalgo Pachuca Pachuca 02084620,846 km2 (8,049 sq mi) 026650182,665,018 2626 186901161869-01-16[11]
Jalisco Jalisco Guadalajara Guadalajara 07859978,599 km2 (30,347 sq mi) 073506827,350,682 099 182312231823-12-23[7]
México México Toluca de Lerdo Ecatepec de Morelos 02235722,357 km2 (8,632 sq mi) 1517586215,175,862 011 182312201823-12-20[7]
Michoacán Michoacán de Ocampo Morelia Morelia 05864358,643 km2 (22,642 sq mi) 043510374,351,037 055 182312221823-12-22[7]
Morelos Morelos Cuernavaca Cuernavaca 0048934,893 km2 (1,889 sq mi) 017772271,777,227 2727 186904171869-04-17[12]
Nayarit Nayarit Tepic Tepic 02781527,815 km2 (10,739 sq mi) 010849791,084,979 2828 191701261917-01-26[13]
Nuevo León4 Nuevo León Monterrey Monterrey 06422064,220 km2 (24,800 sq mi) 046534584,653,458 1515 182405071824-05-07[7]
Oaxaca Oaxaca Oaxaca de Juárez Oaxaca de Juárez 09379393,793 km2 (36,214 sq mi) 038019623,801,962 033 182312211823-12-21[7]
Puebla Puebla Puebla de Zaragoza Puebla de Zaragoza 03429034,290 km2 (13,240 sq mi) 057798295,779,829 044 182312211823-12-21[7]
Querétaro Querétaro de Arteaga Santiago de Querétaro Santiago de Querétaro 01168411,684 km2 (4,511 sq mi) 018279371,827,937 1111 182312231823-12-23[7]
Quintana Roo Quintana Roo Chetumal Cancún 04236142,361 km2 (16,356 sq mi) 013255781,325,578 3030 197410081974-10-08[14]
San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí 06098360,983 km2 (23,546 sq mi) 025855182,585,518 066 182312221823-12-22[7]
Sinaloa Sinaloa Culiacán Culiacán 05737757,377 km2 (22,153 sq mi) 027677612,767,761 2020 183010141830-10-14[15]
Sonora2 Sonora Hermosillo Hermosillo 179503179,503 km2 (69,306 sq mi) 026624802,662,480 1212 182401101824-01-10[7]
Tabasco5 Tabasco Villahermosa Villahermosa 02473824,738 km2 (9,551 sq mi) 022386032,238,603 1313 182402071824-02-07[7]
Tamaulipas4 Tamaulipas Ciudad Victoria Reynosa 08017580,175 km2 (30,956 sq mi) 032685543,268,554 1414 182402071824-02-07[7]
Tlaxcala Tlaxcala Tlaxcala Vicente Guerrero 0039913,991 km2 (1,541 sq mi) 011699361,169,936 2222 185612091856-12-09[16]
Veracruz Veracruz de
Ignacio de la Llave
Xalapa Veracruz 07182071,820 km2 (27,730 sq mi) 076431947,643,194 077 182312221823-12-22[7]
Yucatán3 Yucatán Mérida Mérida 03961239,612 km2 (15,294 sq mi) 019555771,955,577 088 182312231823-12-23[7]
Zacatecas Zacatecas Zacatecas Zacatecas 07553975,539 km2 (29,166 sq mi) 014906681,490,668 1010 182312231823-12-23[7]

Notes:

  1. Joined the federation with the name of Coahuila y Texas.
  2. Joined the federation with the name of Estado de Occidente also recognized as Sonora y Sinaloa.
  3. Joined the federation as República Federada de Yucatán[17] (English: Federated Republic of Yucatán) formed by the current states of Yucatan, Campeche and Quintana Roo. Became independent in 1841 constituting the second Republic of Yucatán and definitely rejoined in 1848.
  4. States of Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and Coahuila became independent de facto in 1840 to form the República del Río Grande (English: Republic of the Rio Grande); never consolidated its independence because independent forces were defeated by the centralist forces.[18]
  5. State of Tabasco seceded from Mexico on two occasions, the first on February 13, 1841, rejoining again on December 2, 1842. And the second time was from November 9, 1846 to December 8 of that year.
  6. Includes the remote Revillagigedo Islands, which are federally administered.

See also

References

  1. ^ "INEGI". 
  2. ^ Censo 2010
  3. ^ "Calendario de Eventos Cívicos - Febrero". 
  4. ^ "Transformación Política de Territorio Norte de la Baja California a Estado 29". 
  5. ^ "Secretaria de Educación Publica". 
  6. ^ "Secretaria de Educación Publica". 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s "Las Diputaciones Provinciales" (PDF) (in Spanish). p. 15. 
  8. ^ "Portal Ciudadano de Baja California". 
  9. ^ "Universidad de Colima". 
  10. ^ "Erección del Estado de Guerrero". 
  11. ^ "Congreso del Estado Libre y Soberano de Hidalgo". 
  12. ^ "Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México". 
  13. ^ "Gobierno del Estado de Tlaxcala". 
  14. ^ "Gobierno del Estado de Quintana Roo". 
  15. ^ "500 años de México en documentos". 
  16. ^ "Portal Gobierno del Estado de Tlaxcala". 
  17. ^ "La historia de la República de Yucatán". 
  18. ^ "República de Río Grande, el País que no pudo ser." (in Spanish). 
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