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Pachuquilla
Pachuquilla
is a Mexican town in the State of Hidalgo, 2,420 meters (7,940 feet) above sea level. In 1958, it became the municipal seat of Mineral de la Reforma. The name Pachuquilla
Pachuquilla
was adopted from the nearby city of Pachuca
Pachuca
de Soto and means Little Pachuca
Pachuca
in English. Demographics[edit] Its population is 127,404. The literacy rate is 96.84% (2.8% of the male and 3.39% of the female population are illiterate) and their school attendance rate is 73.11%. In 2005, Pachuquilla
Pachuquilla
had the 19th highest Human Development Index
Human Development Index
score in Mexico. Coordinates: 20°04′18″N 98°41′47″W / 20.07167°N 98.69639°W / 20.07167; -98.69639

Pachuquilla

Pachuquilla
Pachuquilla
in Mexico

Population(in 2010) 29,797

Latitude of Pachuquilla 20°04′18″N

Longitude of Pachuquilla 98°41′47″O

Altitude of Pachuquilla 2 400 m

GMT time in Pachuquilla -6 hours

Panoramic view of Pachuquilla

Climate[edit] The climate in Pachuquilla
Pachuquilla
is mostly temperate and dry. It is hotter in early summer with rainfall in the later summer months. The wind blows from south to west and low humidity prevails mainly in the months of February, thru April. The average annual temperature is 14.2 °C (57.56 °F), with a maximum temperature of 31.4 °C (88.52 °F ) and a minimum temperature of 3 °C (37.4 °F). The average annual rainfall is 387 mm (15.2 in), while atmospheric pressure stays around 574 mm (22.6 in) Hg.[1] References[edit]

^ "PACHUQUILLA (Mineral de la Reforma, Hidalgo)". Mexico.pueblosamerica.com. Retrieved 2016-04-28. 

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State of Hidalgo

Pachuca
Pachuca
(capital)

Municipalities (towns)

Acatlán Acaxochitlán Actopan Agua Blanca de Iturbide Ajacuba Alfajayucan Almoloya Apan El Arenal Atitalaquía Atlapexco Atotonilco de Tula Atotonilco El Grande Calnali Cardonal Chapantongo Chapulhuacán Chilcuautla Cuautepec de Hinojosa Eloxochitlán Emiliano Zapata Epazoyucan Francisco I. Madero Huasca de Ocampo Huautla Huazalingo Huehuetla Huejutla de Reyes Huichapan Ixmiquilpan Jacala Jaltocan Juárez Lolotla Metepec Metztitlán Mineral de la Reforma Mineral del Chico Mineral del Monte La Misión Mixquiahuala Molango Nicolás Flores Nopala Omitlán de Juárez Orizatlán Pachuca Pacula Pisaflores Progreso, Hidalgo San Agustín Metzquititlán San Agustín Tlaxiaca San Bartolo Tutotepec San Salvador Santiago de Anaya Singuilucan Tasquillo Tecozautla Tenango de Doria Tepeapulco Tepehuacán de Guerrero Tepeji Tepetitlán Tetepango Tezontepec
Tezontepec
de Aldama Tianguistengo Tizayuca Tlahuelilpan Tlahuiltepa Tlanalapa Tlanchinol Tlaxcoapan Tolcayuca Tula Tulancingo Tulantepec de Lugo Guerrero Tezontepec Xochiatipan Xochicoatlán Yahualica Zacualtipan Zapotlán de Juárez Zempoala Zimapan

Communities

Sahagun City Pachuquilla

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