El Rastro (Morelos)

We have collected many facts about the small village of El Rastro, as well as photos, maps or statistics.

So you will learn about this incredible town of 14 inhabitants of Morelos.

The town of El Rastro (Morelos) belongs to the municipality of Jantetelco. There are 14 inhabitants and it is 1,420 meters altitude.

Data: In El Rastro, 86% of the inhabitants are catholic and 0% of the dwellings are equipped with a washing machine. At the bottom of this page you will find more information.

#1 Where is El Rastro? How to go? Map

Online map of El Rastro in Morelos, with an interactive cartography with which you can see closely the town, centered on Map marker


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#2 The population of El Rastro (Morelos) is 14 inhabitants

Population data in El Rastro (Morelos)
YearFemale InhabitantsMale inhabitantsTotal population
Evolution of the population in El Rastro: Total   Men   Women
Other demographic data in El Rastro:
Fertility rate (children per woman):2.38-
Population coming from outside the State of Morelos:7.14%-%
Illiterate population:14.29%-%
Illiterate population (men):0.00%-%
Illiterate population (women):14.29%-%
Schooling level:6.69-
Schooling level (men):6.6-
Schooling level (women):6.75-
Indigenous culture data in El Rastro:
Percentage of indigenous population:14.29%-%
Percentage speaking an indigenous language:7.14%-%
Percentage who speak an indigenous language and do not speak Spanish:0.00%-%
Comparison of percentages of indigenous population in the town of El Rastro, compared with its municipality, with the percentage in the State of Morelos, and in the country as a whole.

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Unemployment, economy and dwelling data in El Rastro:
Employed population over 12 years:78.57%-%
Employed population over 12 years (men):100.00%-%
Employed population over 12 years (women):62.50%-%
Number of inhabited private dwellings:4-
Homes with electricity:100.00%-%
Housing with piped water:100.00%-%
Dwellings with toilet or sanitary facilities:75.00%-%
Dwellings with radio:50.00%-%
Housing with television:25.00%-%
Housing with refrigerator:50.00%-%
Housing with washing machine:0.00%-%
Housing with automobile:25.00%-%
Households with personal computer, laptop or tablet:25.00%-%
Homes with landline telephone:0.00%-%
Dwellings with cellular phones:75.00%-%
Homes with Internet:0.00%-%
Comparison of percentages of single persons in El Rastro (over 12 years), comparing the same percentage with the municipality, with the State of Morelos, and with the total for the country.

#3 Satellite photo of El Rastro

Amazing satellite GPS maps of El Rastro, to see from space this beautiful village, as well as the surroundings of the municipality of Jantetelco. You can search free satellite map (2024) of El Rastro.

#4 Hotels and Accommodation near El Rastro

Many people want to stay in the town of El Rastro itself, but unfortunately there are no hotels in the village yet. Don't worry, we have created this list of the closest accommodations, so you can ask if they have rooms available.:

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#7 Other towns in the Municipality of Jantetelco

  1. Campo Cupatitlan (16 inhabitants)
  2. Campo de las Rentas (137 inhabitants)
  3. Campo de los Mezquites (40 inhabitants)
  4. Campo el Amate (31 inhabitants)
  5. Caseta de Inspección Sanitaria (19 inhabitants)
  6. Chalcatzingo (2812 inhabitants)
  7. Chalpa (El Puente) (16 inhabitants)
  8. Colonia Emiliano Zapata (La Granja) (27 inhabitants)
  9. Colonia Manuel Alarcón (52 inhabitants)
  10. Colonia Mariano Matamoros (Puente Colorado) (42 inhabitants)
  11. El Granadillo (7 inhabitants)
  12. El Ranchito (El Jagüey) (5 inhabitants)
  13. La Renta (319 inhabitants)
  14. Rancho Azteca (5 inhabitants)
  15. San Martín (22 inhabitants)