Río Grande (San Juan Quiotepec, Oaxaca)

Maps, photos and statistics of Río Grande, a beautiful tiny town of 2 inhabitants of the State of Oaxaca

The town of Río Grande is located in the Municipality of San Juan Quiotepec (in the State of Oaxaca). There are 2 inhabitants. Río Grande is at 1,062 meters of altitude.

In 2010, the authorities declared it uninhabited.

Where is Río Grande? How to get there? Map

Location map of Río Grande in Oaxaca: Use the controls in the upper left area to zoom in (+) or out (-). This is a satellite photo centered in Río Grande, which is marked with the following symbol Map marker


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The population of Río Grande (Oaxaca) is 2 inhabitants

Population data in Río Grande (San Juan Quiotepec, Oaxaca)
YearFemale InhabitantsMale inhabitantsTotal population
20202
Evolution of the population in Río Grande: Total   Men   Women

Satellite photo of Río Grande

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  5. Río Grande (2 inhabitants)
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