Place:Veracruz, Mexico

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NameVeracruz
Alt namesVera Cruzsource: Times Atlas of World History (1989) p 357
Veracruz-Llavesource: NIMA, GEOnet Names Server (1996-1998)
TypeState
Coordinates19.333°N 96.667°W
Located inMexico
Contained Places
Deserted settlement
Cerro de las Mesas
San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
Inhabited place
Abasolo del Valle
Acajete
Acayucán
Agua Dulce
Alamo
Alcomunga
Allende
Alto Lucero
Altotonga
Alvarado
Amatlán de los Reyes
Angel R. Cabada
Atzacán
Atzalán
Banderilla
Boca del Río
Calcahualco
Castillo de Teayo ( 1325 - )
Catemaco
Cerro Azul
Chacaltianguis
Chichigapa
Chicontepec
Chicualoque
Chocamán
Ciudad Mendoza
Coatepec
Coatzacoalcos
Coatzintla
Cosamaloapan de Carpio
Cosamaloapan
Coscomatepec de Bravo
Cosoleacaque
Cotaxtla
Coxquihui
Coyutla
Cuichapa
Cuitláhuac
Córdoba ( 1618 - )
El Depósito
El Higo
El Remolino
Emiliano Zapata
Filisola
Filomeno Mata
Fortín de las Flores
Gutiérrez Zamora
Huatusco de Chicuellar
Huatusco
Hueyapan de Ocampo
Ignacio de la Llave
Isla
Ixhuacán
Ixhuatlán del Café
Ixtaczoquitlán
Jalacingo
Jalapa Enríquez ( 1300 - )
Jamapa
Jesús Carranza
Juan Díaz Covarrubias
Juan Rodríguez Clara
Juanita
Juile
Jáltipan
La Antigua
Las Choapas
Las Vigas de Ramírez
Las Vigas
Lerdo de Tejada
Maltrata
Martínez de la Torre
Mecatlán
Minatitlán ( 1822 - )
Misantla
Nanchital
Naolinco
Naranjos
Nautla
Nogales
Nopaltepec
Nuevo Morelos
Oluta
Orizaba ( 1325 - )
Otatitlán
Oteapan
Ozuluama
Pajapán
Papantla
Paraíso Novillero
Paso de Ovejas
Paso del Macho
Paso del Toro
Perote
Platón Sánchez
Playa Vicente
Poza Rica
Pueblo Viejo
Puente Nacional
Pánuco
Río Blanco
Río de las Playas
San Andrés Tuxtla
San Juan Evangelista
San Rafael
Santiago Tuxtla
Santiago de la Peña
Sayula de Alemán
Soledad de Doblado
Tamiahua
Tantoyuca
Tatahuicapan
Tehuipango
Tempoal
Tenochtitlán
Teocelo
Texistepec
Tierra Blanca
Tihuatlán
Tlacotalpan
Tlalixcoyan
Tlalnelhuayocan
Tlapacoyan
Tres Valles
Tuxpan
Tuzamapan
Tuzapán
Veracruz ( 1519 - )
Villa Cuauhtémoc
Xico
Xochapa
Xocotla
Yanga
Zacualtipán
Zempoala
Unknown
Acatlán
Actopan
Acula
Acultzingo
Alpatlahua
Amatitlán
Amatlán-Tuxpan
Apazapan
Aquila
Astacinga
Atlahuilco
Atoyac
Axocuapan
Ayahualulco
Barrio Nuevo
Benito Juárez
Camarón de Tejeda
Camerino Z. Mendoza
Carrillo Puerto
Cazones de Herrera
Cececapa de Juárez
Chapultepec
Chiconamel
Chiconquiaco
Chiltoyac
Chinameca
Chinampa de Gorostiza
Chontla
Chumatlán
Citlaltepec
Coacoatzintla
Coahuitlán
Coetzala
Colipa
Comalteco
Comapa
Corral Nuevo
Cosautlán de Carvajal
Cosautlán
Coscomatepec
Coyol de González
Cuapilla
Delfino Victoria
El Chico
Elotepec
Emilio Carranza
Espinal
Heroica Alvarado
Heroica Tlapacoyan
Hidalgotitlán
Huayacocotla
Huiloapan
Ilamatlán
Ixcatepec
Ixhuacán de los Reyes
Ixhuatlancillo
Ixhuatlán de Madero
Ixhuatlán del Sureste
Ixhuatlán
Ixmatlahuacan
Jalapa
Jalcomulco
Jico
Jilotepec
José Azueta
Juchique de Ferrer
Jáltipan de Morelos
La Estanzuela (Altotonga)
La Estanzuela (Emiliano Zapata)
La Joya
La Perla
La Piedra
La Purga
Landero y Coss
Las Minas
Los Reyes
Magdalena
Mariano Escobedo
Mecayapan
Medellín de Bravo
Medellín
Miahuatlán
Minzapan
Mixtla de Altamirano
Moloacán
Naolinco de Victoria
Naranjal
Omealca
Paxtepec
Plan de las Hayas
Quechuleño
Rafael Delgado
Rafael Lucio
Saltabarranca
San Andrés Tenejapa
San Diego Tetitlán
San Diego
San Felipe
San Marcos Atesquilapan
San Miguel Aguazuelos
San Nicolás
San Pablo Coapan
Santa Ana Necoxtla
Santa María Tetetla
Sayula
Sochiapa
Soconusco
Soledad Atzompa
Soteapan
Tamalín
Tampico Alto
Tancoco
Tantima
Tatatila
Teayo
Tecolutla
Temapache
Tempoal de Sánchez
Tenampa
Tenango de Río Blanco
Tepatlaxco
Tepetlán
Tepetzintla
Tequila
Texcatepec
Texhuacán
Tlachichilco
Tlacojalpan
Tlacolulan
Tlacotepec
Tlaquilpa
Tlilapan
Tomatlán
Tonayán
Totutla
Tuxpán de Rodríguez Cano
Tuxtilla
Ursulo Galván
Vega de Alatorre
Villa Aldama
Villa Azueta
Xoxocotla
Yecuatla
Zacualpan
Zaragoza
Zentla
Zongolica
Zontecomatlán
Zozocolco
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Veracruz, formally Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave, officially Free and Sovereign State of Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave, is one of the 31 states that, along with the Federal District, comprise the 32 federative entities of Mexico. It is divided in 212 municipalities and its capital city is Xalapa-Enríquez.

This state is located in Eastern Mexico. It is bordered by the states of Tamaulipas to the north, San Luis Potosí and Hidalgo to the west, Puebla to the southwest, Oaxaca and Chiapas to the south, and Tabasco to the southeast. On its east, Veracruz has a significant share of the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico.

The state is noted for its mixed ethnic and indigenous populations. Its cuisine reflects the many cultural influences that have come through the state because of the importance of the port of Veracruz.

In addition to the capital city, the state's largest cities include Veracruz, Coatzacoalcos, Córdoba, Minatitlán, Poza Rica, Boca Del Río and Orizaba.

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