List of cities in Mexico

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List of the Top 100 cities in Mexico by fixed population, according to the 2020 Mexican National Census.

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Borough in Mexico City, located on the east side of the entity.

Yohualiuhqui volcano, as seen from the San Lorenzo Tezonco cemetery
Main building of the Fábrica de Artes y Oficios Oriente
Procession at the Señor de la Cuevita Sanctuary
Path on the Cerro de la Estrella
Museo Nuevo Fuego
The Cabeza de Juárez museum and monument
Scene inside the Central de Abastos
Metro Peñón Viejo
Man carrying cross during Holy Week in Iztapalapa
Large scale altar for Day of the Dead
Participant dressed as Roman soldier
Map of the Valley of Mexico in 1519, showing Iztapalapa and causeway running north from it to Villa Guadalupe.
Image of Xilomatzin, one of the rulers of Culhuacan
View of the San Lucas Church in Iztapalapa
Groundbreaking for an apartment complex in the 1980s in the borough

It is also the most populous locality (localidad) in Mexico, larger than Ecatepec de Morelos or Guadalajara.


City and municipal seat of Tijuana Municipality, Baja California, located on the Pacific Coast of Mexico.

Playas de Tijuana.
Downtown Tijuana in the 1920s.
Álvaro Obregón School in 1930.
The Jai Alai arena, built in 1947, attracted spectators from both sides of the border.
Agua Caliente Casino in 1951.
San Francisco de Asís Church, built in 1959.
The number of skyscrapers and high rises in Tijuana has grown significantly in the 21st century.
View of the Cerro San Isidro from across the valley from Cerro Colorado.
Sunset in Playas de Tijuana.
Teniente Guerrero Park.
View of Downtown Tijuana.
View down Paseo de los Héroes of the Abraham Lincoln Monument.
Skyscrapers on Blvd. Agua Caliente.
The Mexico–United States barrier at the Pacific Coast.
The ocean in Playas de Tijuana.
Cerro San Isidro covered in snow.
The Tijuana Mexico Temple is a temple of the Mormon Church.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Tijuana.
Imaculada Concepción Church.
Monument to Ignacio Zaragoza.
The Palace of Government of Tijuana Municipality.
View of the Zona Río.
Restaurants on Avenida Revolución.
Market in Downtown Tijuana.
Plaza Santa Cecília decorated with traditional Mexican papel picado.
Excel Medical Center.
Tijuana has grown in the 21st century as a significant commercial and manufacturing center of North America.
Autonomous University of Baja California, Tijuana (UABC).
View of Avenida Revolución.
Tijuana Cultural Center is an arts center and home to the Museum of The Californias.
The Tijuana Arch, in Zona Centro.
Caesar salad was invented at Caesar's in the 1920's.
Casa de la Cultura de Tijuana.
View of Tijuana's Zona Centro.
Señor de Misericordia Church.
A Norteño musical ensemble performing in Downtown Tijuana.
The 18 de Marzo Memorial.
Estadio Caliente, home to Club Tijuana of the Liga MX.
Estadio Chevron
Tijuana International Airport.
Vía Rápida in Tijuana.
Amistad bus rapid transit station.
A Tijuana BRT bus.
Cristo de los Álamos statue.

Tijuana is the second most populous city in Mexico and center of the 6th-largest metro area in Mexico, The city is one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the country and rated as a "High Sufficiency" global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.

Puebla (city)

Seat of Puebla Municipality.

Writ to recognize Puebla as City signed by Spain's queen Isabella of Portugal, municipal archive
1698 map of the city.
The Biblioteca Palafoxiana, founded by priest Juan de Palafox y Mendoza in 1646, is recognized by UNESCO for being the first public library in the Americas.
Chapel of the Rosario, a masterpiece of Mexican Baroque and once known as the "Eighth Wonder of the World".
Image from the Battle of Puebla in the city center in 1863.
Popocatépetl Volcano
The cable car
International Museum of the Baroque
Cafe at Parque Lineal
Main Theatre
Fort Loreto
Casa de Alfeñique
Church of San Cristóbal
Puebla Cathedral
Church of San Francisco
Nave and altar of the Chapel of the Rosario
Portal Hidalgo and Municipal Palace, in the historic centre
Mole poblano
Chiles en nogada
Cemita with milanesa
Uriarte Talavera workshop facade
Talavera plate by Marcela Lobo
Catarina de San Juan, in a 17th-century woodcut
Cuauhtémoc Stadium
RUTA bus
Puebla-Cholula Tourist Train
Bicycles for rent

Being both the fourth largest city in Mexico and the fourth largest Metropolitan area in Mexico, it has a current population of 3,250,000 people, and the city serves as one of the main hubs for eastern Central Mexico.

Tuxtla Gutiérrez

Capital and the largest city of the Mexican southeastern state of Chiapas.

Remnants of frescos at the Saint Mark's Cathedral
Old City Hall, currently the City Museum
Torre Mesoamericana, built in 2010 and standing at 341 feet, is the second tallest building in Chiapas
Cristo de Chiapas
Waterfall at Miguel Álvarez del Toro Zoo
Regional Museum Courtyard
Pepita con tasajo
Tuxtla's airborne pollution have become moderate problems due to the city's fast growth rate and an increasing number of vehicles.
Delonix regia, very common in the city and characteristic of it, is very rare in Mexico.
Downtown Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Colectivo - a public transport unit in Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Terminal of the Ángel Albino Corzo International Airport

The city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez, with 578,830 residents, is the 31st most populated city in the country.

Matamoros, Tamaulipas

City in the northeastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas, and the municipal seat of the homonymous municipality.

Sunset at Playa Bagdad
Museum of Casamata
Bronze statue honoring Rigo Tovar in Matamoros, Tamaulipas

Matamoros is the 39th largest city in Mexico and anchors the second largest metropolitan area in Tamaulipas.


Border city in the northern part of the state of Tamaulipas, in Mexico.

Hidalgo Street in early 20th century
Main plaza in early 20th century
Reynosa Cultural Park
Zaragoza public market

Reynosa is the 30th largest city in Mexico and anchors the largest metropolitan area in Tamaulipas.

Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo León

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Sabinas Hidalgo is a city and municipality located in the Mexican state of Nuevo León.

Ku Klux Klan auxiliaries

Ku Klux Klan auxiliaries are organized groups that supplement, but do not directly integrate with the Ku Klux Klan.

Jane Snyder attending KKK event, 8 September 1925

There are also organized Ku Klux Klan sanctioned auxiliary chapters across the Atlantic spread throughout European countries, in French-Canada, and Mexican originates in America

Arandas, Jalisco

Municipality of the Altos Sur region of the state of Jalisco in Mexico.

Arandas specifically, is a rising residence for immigrants due to its proximity to Guadalajara, the state capital and the seventh-largest city in Mexico.

Tultitlán de Mariano Escobedo

Fourth largest town in and municipal seat of the municipality of Tultitlán located in the northeastern part of the State of México in Mexico.

It has the distinction of being the only municipality in Mexico that has two cities (localities) of over 100,000 population (Buenavista and San Pablo de las Salinas).