Category:Populated places in Puebla

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States of Mexico

Towns and cities in the Mexican state of Puebla.

According to the Organic Municipal Law of the State of Puebla,[1] the state classifies its settlements in terms of their populations and their provision of certain basic public services (schools, clinics, abbatoirs, graveyards, etc.):

  • Ciudad (city): Census population of at least 20,000.
  • Villa (town): Census population of at least 10,000.
  • Pueblo (village): Census population of at least 2,500.
  • Ranchería (hamlet): Census population of at least 500, and at least 5 km from the nearest city, town or village.
  • Comunidad (community): Up to 500 inhabitants, and at least 5 km from the nearest larger settlement.
  • Barrio (neighbourhood): Collection of houses structured as blocks (manzanas) that may be part of a town, village, hamlet, or community.
  • Sección (section): Collection of blocks, neighbourhoods, colonias, communities, or hamlets that individually or collectively total more than 1,000 inhabitants.
See also: Municipalities of Puebla.


This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.



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