San Rafael (Jiquipilas, Chiapas)

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So you will learn about this incredible town of 4 inhabitants of Chiapas.

The town of San Rafael is located in the Municipality of Jiquipilas (in the State of Chiapas). There are 4 inhabitants. In the list of the most populated towns of the whole municipality, it is the number #80 of the ranking. San Rafael is at 600 meters of altitude.

Do you want to locate the town of San Rafael? You can find it at 17.1 kilometers, in direction Northeast, from the town of Jiquipilas, which has the largest population within the municipality. To enjoy the San Rafael location through satellite images, at the bottom of our webpage you have an interactive map.

Where is San Rafael? How to get there? Map

Map to know how to get to San Rafael (Chiapas) by road and with geographical references of the surrounding towns. With the controls you can zoom in and out to the position of San Rafael, which has the following symbol Map marker


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 San Rafael and at this link you will navigate through its streets.

The population of San Rafael (Chiapas) is 4 inhabitants

Population data in San Rafael (Jiquipilas, Chiapas)
YearFemale InhabitantsMale inhabitantsTotal population
20204
20107613
200510
Evolution of the population in San Rafael: Total   Men   Women

According to the 2010 official census, in the town there were 6 males and 7 females. The female/male ratio is 1.167, and the fertility rate is 3 children per woman. Of the total population, 0.00% comes from outside the State of Chiapas. 7.69% of the population is illiterate (0.00% of men and 14.29% of women). The level of schooling is 4.29 (4.33 in men and 4.25 in women).

Indigenous culture in San Rafael
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 San Rafael
23.08% of the inhabitants (more than 12 years) are economically active (50.00% of the men, and 0.00% of the women).

Housing and infrastructure in San Rafael
In San Rafael there are 4 dwellings. 100.00% of the dwellings have electricity, 0.00% have piped water, 66.67% have toilet or restroom, 66.67% have a radio receiver, 66.67% a television, 100.00% a fridge, 66.67% a washing-machine, 33.33% a car or a van, 0.00% a personal computer, 0.00% a landline telephone, 66.67% mobile phone, and 0.00% Internet access.


Satellite photo of San Rafael

With the satellite map of San Rafael 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 Jiquipilas. Get free live access to satellite views of 2023 of San Rafael.


Photos of San Rafael

Would you like to see what this town looks like and enjoy landscape photos of San Rafael? We have located on the Internet several beautiful images of places and locations nearby, so you can see the beauty of this Mexican town. Some are artistic photos and others are simply panoramic photos taken by amateurs and friends who simply like San Rafael.

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  3. Gracias a Dios (2 inhabitants)
  4. Las Brisas (8 inhabitants)
  5. Las Margaritas (22 inhabitants)
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  7. Los Limones (3 inhabitants)
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  10. Piedra Parada (5 inhabitants)
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