The Info List - Salinas Victoria

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Salinas Victoria, is a municipality located to in the center of the state of Nuevo León, Mexico. It shares borders with 11 municipalities including, to the north Villaldama and Sabinas Hidalgo; to the south Escobedo and Apodaca; to the east Higueras, Ciénega de Flores
Ciénega de Flores
and General Zuazua; and finally to the west with Mina, Hidalgo, Abasolo and El Carmen. Salinas Victoria's extension is 1,334.20 square kilometers. According to the 2005 census, it has a population of 27,848 people.[1] Origin of the name[edit] "Salinas" (Spanish for salt marshes) was chosen because the lands present saline characteristics. "Victoria" after the first Mexican president Guadalupe Victoria.[2] References[edit]

^ Link to tables of population data from Census of 2005 Archived 2010-01-18 at WebCite INEGI: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Geografía e Informática ^ Government of Nuevo León, "Salinas Victoria"

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State of Nuevo León



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