San Remo (Baja California)

Maps, photos and statistics of San Remo, a beautiful tiny town of 9 inhabitants of the State of Baja California

The town of San Remo is located in the Municipality of Tecate (in the State of Baja California). There are 9 inhabitants. San Remo is at 286 meters of altitude.

In 2010, the authorities declared it uninhabited.

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The population of San Remo (Baja California) is 9 inhabitants

Population data in San Remo (Baja California)
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