Novillero (Pijijiapan, Chiapas)

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Did you know that this town in Chiapas has 2 inhabitants?

The town of Novillero is located in the Municipality of Pijijiapan (in the State of Chiapas). There are 2 inhabitants. Of all the towns in the municipality, it occupies the number #205 in terms of number of inhabitants. Novillero is at 45 meters of altitude.

The town of Novillero is located at 28.2 kilometers from Pijijiapan, which is the most populated locality in the municipality, in the Northeast direction. If you browse our webpage, you will also find a map with the location of Novillero.

Where is Novillero? How to get there? Map

Online map of Novillero (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 Novillero (Chiapas) is 2 inhabitants

Population data in Novillero (Pijijiapan, Chiapas)
YearFemale InhabitantsMale inhabitantsTotal population
20202
2010459
200512
Evolution of the population in Novillero: Total   Men   Women

According to the 2010 official census, in the town there were 5 males and 4 females. The female/male ratio is 0.800, and the fertility rate is 5.50 children per woman. Of the total population, 11.11% comes from outside the State of Chiapas. 22.22% of the population is illiterate (20.00% of men and 25.00% of women). The level of schooling is 4 (3 in men and 5.25 in women).

Indigenous culture in Novillero
0.00% of the population is indigenous, and 0.00% of the inhabitants speak one of the indigenous languages. 0.00% of the population speaks one of the indigineous languages, but not Spanish.

Unemployment and the economy in Novillero
55.56% of the inhabitants (more than 12 years) are economically active (100.00% of the men, and 0.00% of the women).

Housing and infrastructure in Novillero
In Novillero there are 4 dwellings. 100.00% of the dwellings have electricity, 0.00% have piped water, 75.00% have toilet or restroom, 75.00% have a radio receiver, 75.00% a television, 50.00% a fridge, 50.00% a washing-machine, 0.00% a car or a van, 0.00% a personal computer, 0.00% a landline telephone, 25.00% mobile phone, and 0.00% Internet access.

Satellite photo of Novillero

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Photos of Novillero

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