Yutandikava (Oaxaca)

Maps, photos and statistics of Yutandikava, a beautiful tiny town of 5 inhabitants in the State of Oaxaca

The town of Yutandikava is located in the Municipality of Pinotepa de Don Luis (in the State of Oaxaca). There are 5 inhabitants. It is the most populated town in the position #18 of the whole municipality. Yutandikava is at 350 meters of altitude.

To locate this beautiful town within the municipality, you must know that Yutandikava is located at 3.4 kilometers (in direction North) from the locality of Pinotepa de Don Luis, which is the one that has more inhabitants within the municipality. 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 Yutandikava.

Population in Yutandikava

En the town hay 8 hombres y 14 mujeres. La relación mujeres/hombres es de 1.75. El ratio de fecundidad de la población femenina es de 3.86 hijos por mujer. El porcentaje de analfabetismo entre los adultos es del 13.64% (25% en los hombres y 7.14% en las mujeres) y el grado de escolaridad es de 3.33 (2.60 en hombres y 3.86 en mujeres).

Population and indigenous culture in Yutandikava
En Yutandikava el 90.91% de los adultos habla alguna lengua indígena. En the town se encuentran 4 viviendas, de las cuales el 0% disponen de una computadora.

Population pyramid of Yutandikava (Oaxaca)

We have collected data from number of inhabitants of Yutandikava by age and sex, to show you the following population pyramid of the town. You can check how the percentages of children and adults are distributed, as well as women and men. With this data you can analyze the demographic structure, and know if in Yutandikava there is a generational replacement.

Population pyramid of Yutandikava
Data from the pyramid of ages of the town Yutandikava (inhabitants year 2005)
Age rangeNumber of womenNumber of menTotal population
Infants (0-4 years)112
Youth (5-14 years)426
Adults (15-59 years)538
Elderly (60+ years)224

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Where is Yutandikava? How to get there? Map

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

Satellite photo of Yutandikava

Amazing satellite GPS maps of Yutandikava, to see from space this beautiful village, as well as the surroundings of the municipality of Pinotepa de Don Luis. You can search free satellite map (2021) of Yutandikava.


Photos of Yutandikava

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Other towns in the Municipality of Pinotepa de Don Luis

  1. Arroyo del Pote (Yutandiutu) (123 inhabitants)
  2. Bari Yutazani (1 inhabitants)
  3. Barrio de las Piedras (43 inhabitants)
  4. Chiminitió (91 inhabitants)
  5. El Jicaral (20 inhabitants)
  6. Hierba Santa (78 inhabitants)
  7. La Palma (110 inhabitants)
  8. Los Guayabos (- inhabitants)
  9. Pinotepa de Don Luis (5692 inhabitants)
  10. San Martín (8 inhabitants)
  11. Tecueteyu (- inhabitants)
  12. Xinichikoo (6 inhabitants)
  13. Yucuchá (383 inhabitants)
  14. Yucundio (Cerro de Dios) (- inhabitants)
  15. Yutacoyo (18 inhabitants)
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