Bernardino B. Martínez (Tamaulipas)
Maps, photos and statistics of Bernardino B. Martínez, a beautiful tiny town of 1 inhabitants in the State of Tamaulipas
The town of Bernardino B. Martínez is located in the Municipality of Xicoténcatl (in the State of Tamaulipas). There are 1 inhabitants. Of all the towns in the municipality, it occupies the number #184 in terms of number of inhabitants. Bernardino B. Martínez is at 100 meters of altitude.
The town of Bernardino B. Martínez is located at 8.5 kilometers from Xicoténcatl, which is the most populated locality in the municipality, in the West direction. If you browse our webpage, you will also find a map with the location of Bernardino B. Martínez.
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Location map of Bernardino B. Martínez in Tamaulipas: Use the controls in the upper left area to zoom in (+) or out (-). This is a satellite photo centered in Bernardino B. Martínez, which is marked with the following symbol
Satellite photo of Bernardino B. Martínez
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