The town of Casa Blanca is located in the Municipality of Tlaltizapán (in the State of Morelos). There are 13 inhabitants. It is the most populated town in the position #54 of the whole municipality. Casa Blanca is at 915 meters of altitude.
This town has recently changed its name. It used to be known as Pedro Carrizosa Agüero (Casa Blanca). This town decided to change its name in the year 2014.
Data: In Casa Blanca, 50% of the population over 12 years is single and 0% of the households have Internet connection. More statistics at the bottom of this page.
To locate this beautiful town within the municipality, you must know that Casa Blanca is located at 2.1 kilometers (in direction West) from the locality of Santa Rosa Treinta, which is the one that has more inhabitants within the municipality. Also, from the capital of the municipality (Tlaltizapán (Cab.)) it is at 5.0 kilometers in direction Northeast. 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 Casa Blanca.
Where is Casa Blanca? How to get there? Map
Online map of Casa Blanca (Morelos) 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.
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 Casa Blanca and at this link you will navigate through its streets.
The population of Casa Blanca (Morelos) is 13 inhabitants
|Year||Female Inhabitants||Male inhabitants||Total population|
|Fertility rate (children per woman):||1.17||-|
|Population coming from outside the State of Morelos:||15.38%||-%|
|Illiterate population (men):||0.00%||-%|
|Illiterate population (women):||0.00%||-%|
|Schooling level (men):||13.25||-|
|Schooling level (women):||11.6||-|
|Percentage of indigenous population:||0.00%||-%|
|Percentage speaking an indigenous language:||0.00%||-%|
|Percentage who speak an indigenous language and do not speak Spanish:||0.00%||-%|
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|Employed population over 12 years:||46.15%||-%|
|Employed population over 12 years (men):||42.86%||-%|
|Employed population over 12 years (women):||50.00%||-%|
|Number of inhabited private dwellings:||3||-|
|Homes with electricity:||33.33%||-%|
|Housing with piped water:||0.00%||-%|
|Dwellings with toilet or sanitary facilities:||33.33%||-%|
|Dwellings with radio:||33.33%||-%|
|Housing with television:||33.33%||-%|
|Housing with refrigerator:||33.33%||-%|
|Housing with washing machine:||0.00%||-%|
|Housing with automobile:||0.00%||-%|
|Households with personal computer, laptop or tablet:||0.00%||-%|
|Homes with landline telephone:||0.00%||-%|
|Dwellings with cellular phones:||33.33%||-%|
|Homes with Internet:||0.00%||-%|
Satellite photo of Casa Blanca
Amazing satellite GPS maps of Casa Blanca, to see from space this beautiful village, as well as the surroundings of the municipality of Tlaltizapán. You can search free satellite map (2023) of Casa Blanca.
Photos of Casa Blanca
In order for you to enjoy nature around Casa Blanca, we have compiled a collection of sightseeing and monument photographs of the town and its surroundings. Access a completely free online image gallery of Casa Blanca, so you can even use it as a wallpaper to always remember this beautiful town.
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