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Mexico is a federal republic composed of 32 administrative entities, which are divided into 31 states and one federal district. These administrative territories vary in size, population, and government structure. Here is a general description of Mexico’s administrative territories:

  1. Aguascalientes: Located in central Mexico, Aguascalientes is known for its industrial and manufacturing activities. The capital is also named Aguascalientes.
  2. Baja California: Located in the northwest, Baja California is known for its coastal cities and tourism, with Tijuana being a major border city.
  3. Baja California Sur: This state occupies the southern half of the Baja California Peninsula, known for its beautiful beaches and natural landscapes.
  4. Campeche: Located in the Yucatan Peninsula, Campeche is known for its historical sites and coastal areas, including the city of Campeche.
  5. Chiapas: In southern Mexico, Chiapas is known for its indigenous cultures, natural beauty, and the city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez.
  6. Chihuahua: The largest state in Mexico, Chihuahua is known for its vast deserts and the city of Ciudad Juárez, a major border crossing with the United States.
  7. Coahuila: Located in northern Mexico, Coahuila is known for its industry and the city of Saltillo.
  8. Colima: A small state on the Pacific coast, Colima is known for its beaches and the city of Colima.
  9. Durango: Durango, located in north-central Mexico, is known for its rich mining history and the city of Durango.
  10. Guanajuato: This state is famous for its colonial architecture, historic cities like Guanajuato, and its role in the Mexican War of Independence.
  11. Guerrero: Located on the Pacific coast, Guerrero is known for its tourist destinations such as Acapulco and Zihuatanejo.
  12. Hidalgo: Hidalgo is known for its historical sites, including the ancient city of Teotihuacan.
  13. Jalisco: Jalisco is famous for its cultural contributions, including mariachi music and tequila. Its capital is Guadalajara.
  14. Mexico City (Ciudad de México): The capital and largest city of Mexico, it’s also a federal district, separate from the states. Mexico City is the country’s political, economic, and cultural center.
  15. Mexico State (Estado de México): Surrounding Mexico City, this state is populous and includes municipalities that make up the greater metropolitan area of the capital.
  16. Michoacán: Known for its diverse landscapes, Michoacán is famous for its indigenous traditions, such as Day of the Dead celebrations.
  17. Morelos: This state is known for its pleasant climate and historic sites, including Cuernavaca.
  18. Nayarit: Located on the Pacific coast, Nayarit is known for its beaches and tourist destinations.
  19. Nuevo León: In northern Mexico, Nuevo León is a major industrial and economic hub with the city of Monterrey as its capital.
  20. Oaxaca: Known for its rich indigenous culture, traditions, and archaeological sites, Oaxaca is located in the south.
  21. Puebla: Famous for its colonial architecture, Puebla is home to the city of Puebla and numerous historic landmarks.
  22. Querétaro: This state is known for its industry and the city of Santiago de Querétaro, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  23. Quintana Roo: Located on the eastern Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo is a popular tourist destination, featuring cities like Cancún and Playa del Carmen.
  24. San Luis Potosí: This state is known for its mining history and the city of San Luis Potosí.
  25. Sinaloa: Located in northwest Mexico, Sinaloa is known for agriculture, fishing, and the city of Culiacán.
  26. Sonora: In northwestern Mexico, Sonora is known for its desert landscapes and the city of Hermosillo.
  27. Tabasco: Located in the southeast, Tabasco is known for its oil production and cultural heritage.
  28. Tamaulipas: In northeastern Mexico, Tamaulipas has a significant border with the United States and is known for its industry and trade.
  29. Tlaxcala: A small state in central Mexico, Tlaxcala is known for its historical and cultural significance.
  30. Veracruz: Located on the Gulf of Mexico, Veracruz is known for its port city and cultural heritage.
  31. Yucatán: This state is known for its Mayan heritage, archaeological sites, and the city of Mérida.
  32. Zacatecas: Known for its mining history and colonial architecture, Zacatecas is located in north-central Mexico.

Each of these states and the federal district has its own unique culture, geography, and history, contributing to the diversity of Mexico’s administrative territories.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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