Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas
(formerly: Mariscal; Mariscal Suchiate; Suchiate)
Municipality of Suchiate in Chiapas
|Village status||4 July 1925|
|City status||24 July 1952|
|Elevation||20 m (70 ft)|
Ciudad Hidalgo is a city in the Mexican state of Chiapas. It serves as the municipal seat of the surrounding municipality of Suchiate. In the 2010 INEGI Census, it reported a population of 14,606 inhabitants. It is the southernmost municipal seat in Mexico, and its municipality is also the southernmost in Mexico.
It is the main crossing point on the international border with Guatemala. The Puente Rodolfo Robles  over the Río Suchiate joins it with the Guatemalan city of Ciudad Tecún Umán in the municipality of Ayutla, San Marcos department. There is also a railway bridge.
Ciudad Hidalgo was founded in 1882 by a group of settlers from Ayutla, San Marcos, who did not wish to remain on the Guatemalan side of the border following adoption of the border treaty of 27 September 1882 between the nations. The new settlement arose on what had been a hacienda called Los Cerros; it was known as either Suchiate, after the Río Suchiate, or Ignacio Mariscal, after a local landowner. On 4 July 1925 Suchiate was given village (pueblo) status and the municipality of Suchiate was formed. On 24 July 1952, under Governor Francisco J. Grajales, the town of Suchiate was given city status and its name changed to Ciudad Hidalgo, in honour of Fr. Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla.