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Municipalities of Aguascalientes

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Title: Municipalities of Aguascalientes  
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Subject: Aguascalientes, Municipalities of Mexico, Municipalities of Aguascalientes, Palo Alto, Aguascalientes, Municipalities of Baja California
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Municipalities of Aguascalientes

The Mexican state of Aguascalientes is subdivided into 11 municipalities (Spanish: municipios):

Municipalities of Aguascalientes, by INEGI code.
INEGI code Municipality Municipal seat Population (2010) Area (km²)
001 Aguascalientes Aguascalientes 797,010 1,178.85
002 Asientos Asientos 45,492 547.74
003 Calvillo Calvillo 54,136 931.26
004 Cosío Cosío 15,042 128
005 Jesús María Jesús María 99,590 499
006 Pabellón de Arteaga Pabellón de Arteaga 41,862 199.33
007 Rincón de Romos Rincón de Romos 18,828 376.77
008 San José de Gracia San José de Gracia 8,443 856
009 Tepezalá Tepezalá 19,668 231.70
010 El Llano Palo Alto 18,828 500
011 San Francisco de los Romo San Francisco de los Romo 35,769 139.54

External links

  • (Spanish) Aguascalientes state government
  • (Spanish) Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México
  • (Spanish) INEGI

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