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Tepeji
Tepeji
(officially: Tepeji
Tepeji
del Río de Ocampo) is one of the 84 municipalities of Hidalgo, in central-eastern Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 393.4 km². The town is known for its beautiful, Lake Requena, a vast lake often used for boating and fishing. It is also acknowledged for being the birthplace of Mexican football superstar Raul Jimenez. Tepeji del Rio
Tepeji del Rio
has many industrial complexes with companies such as Procter and Gamble, Kaltex, Arteche, Zaga, PPG, Pilgrims Pride etc. Amanali Country Club & Nautica has a golf course situated in the northern part of the town overlooking Lake Requena, along with associated residential areas. Plaza del Rio, Tepeji's main plaza, has most of the town's commercial outlets, including a Comercial Mexicana, a Pemex
Pemex
gas station, a Cinepolis
Cinepolis
movie theater, a Domino's Pizza, and a few other outlets. The 2010 census reported that the municipality had a total population of 80,612, though the welcome road sign at the south entrance of Tepeji
Tepeji
states a population of 100,000.[1] As it's being urbanized continuously, Tepeji del Rio
Tepeji del Rio
is predicted to be included in the Mexico City Metro Area in years to come. As of September 5th, 2016, Tepeji
Tepeji
is governed by Moisés Ramírez Tapia, member of the New Alliance Party (Mexico). Demography[edit] Populated places in Tepejí[edit]

Town Population

Total 80,612

Tepeji
Tepeji
del Río de Ocampo 45,430

San Ildefonso 1,248

San Buenaventura 3,949

Santiago Tlapanaloya 6,466

San Ignacio Nopala 1,689

References[edit]

^ " Tepeji
Tepeji
del Río de Ocampo". Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México. Instituto Nacional para el Federalismo y el Desarrollo Municipal. Retrieved December 27, 2008. 

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