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The official name of Mexico is the United Mexican States. Mexico, mainly covered in the mountains, is known for its abundant natural resources and colorful culture. Moreover, half of Mexico’s population lives in the country’s center, while enormous swaths of the desert north and tropical south are sparsely populated.

Where Is Mexico located on the map of the world?

Mexico is a state in the southern portion of North America’s tropics.

Mexico on World Map

What is the area of Mexico?

It’s the fourteenth largest country globally with just a total size of 1,972,550 square kilometers.

Borders of Mexican states

It is bounded on the north by the United States, on the south by Guatemala and Belize, on the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the south by the Caribbean Sea, and on the east by the Gulf of Mexico.

Coastlines of United Mexican States

 Mexico’s coastline spans 9,330 kilometers, comprising 7,338 kilometers towards the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California and 2,805 kilometers confronting the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea.

What is the population of Mexico?

The total population of the United States of Mexico is about 126 million. It is amongst the 10th most populated countries in the world.

Free colorful Printable Mexico Map

What Is the Capital of the United Mexicans states?

Mexican city is the capital of United Mexicans states. Mexican City is the largest city in the country and its most important political, cultural, educational, and financial institute. The city is 570 square miles in size and seems to have well over 20 million people.

States of Mexico

Like other countries, Mexico has no provinces; instead, Mexico is a place of residence to 32 federal entities (31 states and the capital, Mexico City, as a separate entity without being formally a state). Municipalities are divided up into states. Total 32 states of Mexico are given as:

  1. Aguascalientes:

Because of its central location, Aguascalientes, the state capital, is known as El Corazon, which translates as “the heart.” The states of Zacatecas surround this state to the west, north, and east, and Jalisco to the south and southeast.

  1. Baja California:

It shares a border with the United States state of California. Mountains and beaches line the Pacific Ocean. The Gulf of California Baja California is covered in water on three sides, with the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California as its borders.

  1. Baja California Sur:

Baja California borders it on the north, the Gulf of California (also known as the Sea of Cortez) on the east, and the Pacific Ocean on the west and south.

  1. Campeche

It is bounded to the east by Yucatán, Quintana Roo, and Tabasco, to the south by Guatemala, and to the west by the Gulf of Mexico.

  1. Coahuila:

Coahuila shares the borders with the Mexican states of Nuevo León to the east, Zacatecas to the south, and Durango and Chihuahua to the west.

  1. Colima:

One of the small states of western Mexico is Colima that includes the four oceanic Revillagigedo Islands.

  1. Chiapas:

It is Mexico’s southernmost state, bordering the states of Oaxaca to the west, Veracruz to the northwest, Tabasco to the north, and the departments of Petén, Quiché Huehuetenango, and San Marcos in Guatemala to the east and southeast. Chiapas has a Pacific Ocean coastline to the south.

  1. Chihuahua:

Chihuahua is a state in northern Mexico. The United States surrounds it to the north and northeast, the state of Coahuila to the east, the state of Durango to the south, and the states of Sinaloa and Sonora to the west.

  1. Durango:

Durango is a populated state in the northwest. Durango is located in north-central Mexico. It is bounded to the north by Chihuahua, to the east by Coahuila and Zacatecas, to the south by Jalisco and Nayarit, and to the west by Sinaloa.

  • Mexico City:

The state is 570 square miles in size and is said to be the capital of Mexico.

  • Guanajuato:

It is bounded to the north and northeast by San Luis Tampico, to the east by Querétaro, to the south by Michoacán, and to the west by Jalisco.

  • Guerrero:

It is bounded to the north and west by Michoacán, north by Mexico and Morelos, northeast by Puebla, and east by Oaxaca. The capital of this state is Chilpancingo.

  • Hidalgo:

Hidalgo is located in the eastern part of the country, bordered on the north by San Luis Potosi and Veracruz, on the east by Puebla, on the south by Tlaxcala, and the State of Mexico, and on the west by Querétaro.

  • Jalisco:

Hidalgo is located on the eastern side of the country, bordered on the north by San Luis Potosi and Veracruz, on the east by Puebla, on the south by Tlaxcala, and the State of Mexico, and on the west by Querétaro.

  • México:

The state of Mexico is surrounded on three sides by Mexico City, which adjoins the states of Toluca and Hidalgo to the north.

  • Michoacán:

It is bounded to the southwest by the Pacific Ocean, the west by Colima and Jalisco’s states, Guanajuato to the north, Querétaro to the northeast, México to the east, and Guerrero to the south.

  • Morelos:

It is bordered to the west and north by the state of México.

  • Nayarit:

It is bounded by the states of Sinaloa to the northwest, Durango and Zacatecas to the north and northeast, and Jalisco to the south and by the Pacific Ocean to the west. The state capital is Tepic.

  • Nuevo León:

Nuevo León is a state in the Northeast region of Mexico.

  • Oaxaca:

The total area of this state is 85.48 km². It is bounded on the west by Guerrero, on the northwest by Puebla, on the north by Veracruz, and on the east by Chiapas.

  • Puebla:

It is bounded to the north and east by Veracruz, to the south by Oaxaca, to the southwest by Guerrero, to the west by Morelos and México, and the northwest Tlaxcala and Hidalgo.

  • Queretaro:

It is bounded to the north by San Luis Potosi, to the west by Guanajuato, to the east by Hidalgo, to the southeast by México, and to the southwest by Michoacán.

  • Quintana Room

It is also bounded to the east by the Caribbean, to the south by Belize and Guatemala, to the west by the state of Campeche, and the northwest by the state of Yucatán.

  • San Luis Potosi:

It is bounded to the north by Coahuila, to the east by Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, and Veracruz, to the south by Hidalgo, Querétaro, and Guanajuato, and to the west by Jalisco and Zacatecas.

  • Sinaloa:

Sinaloa is bordered by the west coast and the Gulf of California. To the north by Sonora and Chihuahua, to the east by Chihuahua and Durango, and to the south by Nayarit.

  • Zacatecas:

It is bounded to the north by Coahuila, to the east by San Luis Potosi, to the south by Jalisco and Aguascalientes, and to the west by Nayarit and Durango.

  • Yucatan:

Yucatan Peninsula is a peninsula in Central America, separating the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Besides the three Mexican states, the peninsula also includes parts of Guatemala and Belize.

  • Veracruz:

Veracruz shares borders with Northern Mexico (to the north), Mexico and Chiapas (to the south), Tabasco (to the southeast), and Puebla, Hidalgo, and San Luis Potosi on the west.

  • Tlaxcala:

It is bounded to the north, east, and south by Puebla, to the west by México, and to the northwest by Hidalgo.

  • Tamaulipas:

It is bounded to the north by the United States (Texas), east by the Gulf of Mexico, and south by Veracruz, San Luis Potosi, and Nuevo León.

  • Tamaulipas:

It is bordered on the north by the United States (Texas), east by the Gulf of Mexico, and south by Veracruz, San Luis Potosi, and Nuevo León.

  • Tabasco:

It is bounded by the Gulf of Mexico to the north, by the state of Campeche to the east, by Guatemala to the southeast, and by the state of Chiapas to the south and Veracruz to the west.

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Which languages are spoken in Mexico?

Mexico’s official language is Spanish, only 90 percent of the population. Aztec, Mayan, and other tribes’ languages are still always spoken.

Free Blank Printable Mexico Map

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Free Blank Mexico Map

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Religion of Mexico

Mexicans have faith in God, but there is no specific religion in Mexico that its people follow; however, Roman Catholic is followed by most of the population, and people respect their faith and attend religious services regularly.

Religion of Mexico

Mexicans have faith in God, but there is no specific religion in Mexico that its people follow; however, Roman Catholic is followed by most of the population, and people respect their faith and attend religious services regularly.

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