San Mauricio (Cuapiaxtla de Madero, Puebla)
Maps, photos and statistics of San Mauricio, a beautiful small village of 14 inhabitants in the State of Puebla
The town of San Mauricio is located in the Municipality of Cuapiaxtla de Madero (in the State of Puebla). There are 14 inhabitants. In the list of the most populated towns of the whole municipality, it is the number #10 of the ranking. San Mauricio is at 2030 meters of altitude.
Do you want to locate the town of San Mauricio? You can find it at 2.5 kilometers, in direction East, from the town of Cuapiaxtla de Madero, which has the largest population within the municipality. To enjoy the San Mauricio location through satellite images, at the bottom of our webpage you have an interactive map.
Where is San Mauricio? How to get there? Map
Location map of San Mauricio in Puebla: Use the controls in the upper left area to zoom in (+) or out (-). This is a satellite photo centered in San Mauricio, which is marked with the following symbol
Satellite photo of San Mauricio
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- Besana San Rafael (16 inhabitants)
- Colonia Nueva Rosita (152 inhabitants)
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- Ejido el Moral (71 inhabitants)
- Granja San Mauricio (- inhabitants)
- Lázaro Cárdenas (223 inhabitants)
- Miguel Negrete (1022 inhabitants)
- Pozo Cuatro Árboles el Moral (8 inhabitants)
- Pozo el Moral Uno (7 inhabitants)
- Pozo el Progreso (- inhabitants)
- Rosendo Márquez (15 inhabitants)
- San José Torija (18 inhabitants)
- San Mauricio (14 inhabitants)
- Santa Rosa de Lima (Rancho Trujeque) (16 inhabitants)