San Pablo de las Salinas

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San Pablo de las Salinas is the second-largest town in Tultitlán Municipality in the State of Mexico, Mexico. The town is part of the Mexico City metropolitan area and had a 2010 census population of 189,453 inhabitants, or 36.15% of the municipal population. The town lies near the northern tip of the Federal District (Distrito Federal). It is the third-largest locality in Mexico that is not a municipal seat (after Ojo de Agua, Tecámac Municipality, and Buenavista, also in Tultitlán Municipality).

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The neighborhood of Granjas San Pablo was founded in 1957, the first family that moved to Granjas San Pablo was Don Antonio Lopez-Araiza y Padilla and her wife Consuelo Villegas de Araiza, Daughters Guillermina Araiza Garcia, Nancy Araiza Martinez, Abel Araiza, Antonio Araiza y Carlos Araiza.

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Coordinates: 19°39′56″N 99°05′30″W / 19.66556°N 99.09167°W / 19.66556; -99.09167