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Aguascalientes
   has the capital   
Aguascalientes
Population (2005) 1,051,000 Area 5.625 km²
Baja California
   has the capital   
Mexicali
Population (2005) 2,842,000 Area 71.546 km²
Baja California Sur
   has the capital   
La Paz
Population (2005) 517,000 Area 73.943 km²
Campeche
   has the capital   
Campeche
Population (2005) 751,000 Area 57.727 km²
Chiapas
   has the capital   
Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Population (2005) 4,256,000 Area 73.681 km²
Chihuahua
   has the capital   
Chihuahua
Population (2005) 3,238,000 Area 247.487 km²
Coahuila
   has the capital   
Saltillo
Population (2005) 2,475,000 Area 151.445 km²
Colima
   has the capital   
Colima
Population (2005) 562,000 Area 5.627 km²
Durango
   has the capital   
Durango
Population (2005) 1,489,000 Area 123.367 km²
Federal District
   has the capital   
Mexico City
Population (2005) 8,670,000 Area 1.484 km²
Guanajuato
   has the capital   
Guanajuato
Population (2005) 4,893,000 Area 30.621 km²
Guerrero
   has the capital   
Chilpancingo
Population (2005) 3,116 000 Area 63.618 km²
Hidalgo
   has the capital   
Pachuca
Population (2005) 2,334,000 Area 20.856 km²
Jalisco
   has the capital   
Guadalajara
Population (2005) 6,652,000 Area 78.630 km²
Michoacán
   has the capital   
Morelia
Population (2005) 3,988,000 Area 58.667 km²
Morelos
   has the capital   
Cuernavaca
Population (2005) 1,605,000 Area 4.892 km²
Nayarit
   has the capital   
Tepic
Population (2005) 943,000 Area 27.862 km²
Nuevo León
   has the capital   
Monterrey
Population (2005) 4,164,000 Area 64.203 km²
Oaxaca
   has the capital   
Oaxaca
Population (2005) 3,522,000 Area 93.343 km²
Puebla
   has the capital   
Puebla
Population (2005) 5,391,000 Area 34.251 km²
Querétaro
   has the capital   
Santiago De Queretaro
Population (2005) 1,593,000 Area 11.658 km²
Quintana Roo
   has the capital   
Chetumal
Population (2005) 1,134,000 Area 42.535 km²
Sinaloa
   has the capital   
Culiacán
Population (2005) 2,610,000 Area 57.331 km²
San Luis Potosí
   has the capital   
San Luis Potosí
Population (2005) 2,412,000 Area 61.165 km²
Sonora
   has the capital   
Hermosillo
Population (2005) 2,384,000 Area 179.516 km²
State of México
   has the capital   
Toluca
Population (2005) 14,161,000 Area 22.333 km²
Tabasco
   has the capital   
Villahermosa
Population (2005) 2,013,000 Area 24.747 km²
Tamaulipas
   has the capital   
Victoria
Population (2005) 3,020,000 Area 80.148 km²
Tlaxcala
   has the capital   
Tlaxcala
Population (2005) 1,061,000 Area 3.997 km²
Veracruz
   has the capital   
Jalapa
Population (2005) 7,081,000 Area 71.856 km²
Yucatán
   has the capital   
Mérida
Population (2005) 1,803,000 Area 39.671 km²
Zacatecas
   has the capital   
Zacatecas
Population (2005) 1,357,000 Area 75.416 km²


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