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Types of Towns

Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes

The founding of Aguascalientes as a town came from the order that King Felipe II gave the judge of the court of Nueva Galicia, Don Gerónimo de Orozco, in which he stated that he should look for a rich man to settle in the territory with the purpose of expelling the Chichimecas and of assuring safe passage.

Baja California
Baja California

This is a list of the largest cities in Baja California. Populations are 2005 National Population Council (CONAPO) estimates. The following list includes information of cities from the Baja California municipalities of Mexicali, Ensenada, Playas de Rosarito, Tijuana and Tecate.

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Baja California Sur
Baja California Sur

This is a list of the largest cities in Baja California. Populations are 2005 National Population Council (CONAPO) estimates. The following list includes information of cities from the Baja California municipalities of Mexicali, Ensenada, Playas de Rosarito, Tijuana and Tecate.

Campeche
Campeche

Contents: Cities & Towns. The population of all urban localities ("localidades") in the State of Campeche with more than 20,000 inhabitants according to census results and latest official projections.

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Chiapas
Chiapas

Initially, "Chiapas" referred to the first two cities established by the Spanish in what is now the center of the state and the area surrounding them. Two other regions were also established, the Soconusco and Tuxtla, all under the regional colonial government of Guatemala.

Chihuahua
Chihuahua

Contents: Cities & Towns. The population of all urban localities ("localidades") in the State of Chihuahua with more than 20,000 inhabitants according to census results and latest official projections.

Coahuila
Coahuila

The five largest cities in Coahuila are the state capital city of Saltillo; the second largest is Torreón ...

Colima
Colima

The city of Colima is the capital of the state of the same name. It is the second largest municipality after Manzanillo by population. FDI Intelligence, a subsidiary of the Financial Times of London, ranked Colima first in small cities and tenth in Latin America as a place to live.

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