The town of La Palma is located in the Municipality of Camargo (in the State of Tamaulipas). There are 15 inhabitants. It is the most populated town in the position #24 of the whole municipality. La Palma is at 107 meters of altitude.
Data: In La Palma, 50% of individuals have completed secondary education and 17% of households have a personal computer, laptop or tablet. More interesting data at the bottom of this page.
To locate this beautiful town within the municipality, you must know that La Palma is located at 33.7 kilometers (in direction North) from the locality of Ciudad Camargo, which is the one that has more inhabitants within the municipality. Thanks to our webpage and the satellite map that you can locate at the bottom, you can see the position and visit the surroundings of La Palma.
Where is La Palma? How to get there? Map
How to get to the town of La Palma in Tamaulipas? Using this map, use the controls to zoom in and out on the village and others in the vicinity to see the direct route, and to be able to plan, for example, hiking activities in La Palma.
Enjoy spending hours looking at satellite images to find your home or remembering places in a village? We have obtained an updated satellite photo of La Palma and at this link you will navigate through its streets.
The population of La Palma (Tamaulipas) is 15 inhabitants
|Year||Female Inhabitants||Male inhabitants||Total population|
|Fertility rate (children per woman):||2||0.00|
|Population coming from outside the State of Tamaulipas:||40.00%||4.00%|
|Illiterate population (men):||0.00%||0.00%|
|Illiterate population (women):||0.00%||0.00%|
|Schooling level (men):||7.5||5.75|
|Schooling level (women):||8.83||6.60|
|Percentage of indigenous population:||0.00%||0.00%|
|Percentage speaking an indigenous language:||0.00%||0.00%|
|Percentage who speak an indigenous language and do not speak Spanish:||0.00%||0.00%|
Find out more interesting facts about all the towns in the Municipality of Camargo (statistics, photos, maps, restaurants...) at this link.
|Employed population over 12 years:||26.67%||24.00%|
|Employed population over 12 years (men):||44.44%||40.00%|
|Employed population over 12 years (women):||0.00%||0.00%|
|Number of inhabited private dwellings:||6||7|
|Homes with electricity:||100.00%||75.00%|
|Housing with piped water:||100.00%||0.00%|
|Dwellings with toilet or sanitary facilities:||83.33%||100.00%|
|Dwellings with radio:||33.33%||75.00%|
|Housing with television:||83.33%||75.00%|
|Housing with refrigerator:||100.00%||75.00%|
|Housing with washing machine:||16.67%||75.00%|
|Housing with automobile:||100.00%||75.00%|
|Households with personal computer, laptop or tablet:||16.67%||0.00%|
|Homes with landline telephone:||0.00%||25.00%|
|Dwellings with cellular phones:||33.33%||75.00%|
|Homes with Internet:||33.33%||0.00%|
Satellite photo of La Palma
With the satellite map of La Palma 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 Camargo. Get free live access to satellite views of 2021 of La Palma.
Photos of La Palma
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- Basurero Viejo (1 inhabitants)
- Bonita Vieja (- inhabitants)
- El Gonzaleño (101 inhabitants)
- El Sauz (- inhabitants)
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- La Presa (- inhabitants)
- Las Comitas (- inhabitants)
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- Ochoa (Estación Ochoa) (1 inhabitants)
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- San Daniel (- inhabitants)
- San José el Quemado (Los Garza) (- inhabitants)