Buenos Aires (Jiquipilas, Chiapas)
Learn about tiny town of Buenos Aires through its photos, maps and population statistics.
All the information about this town of 2 inhabitants of the State of Chiapas
The town of Buenos Aires is located in the Municipality of Jiquipilas (in the State of Chiapas). There are 2 inhabitants. Buenos Aires is at 581 meters of altitude.
The Mexican census of 2010 decided to declare this community as uninhabited.
Where is Buenos Aires? How to get there? Map
Online map of Buenos Aires (Chiapas) to be able to get to and make trips around this town. With the zoom controls you can zoom in (+) or out (-) to locate the village.
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The population of Buenos Aires (Chiapas) is 2 inhabitants
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Satellite photo of Buenos Aires
With the satellite map of Buenos Aires will I be able to look for my location? Yes, access the map, zoom in and see the surroundings of this town and the municipality of Jiquipilas. You can search free satellite map (2023) of Buenos Aires.
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- Rancho Alegre (2 inhabitants)
- San Ricardo (10 inhabitants)
- Santa Martha (2 inhabitants)
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