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Salinas Victoria

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Country  Mexico
Area  1,334 km²
Local time  Wednesday 7:42 AM
State  Nuevo León
Elevation  464 m
Population  27,848 (2005)
Salinas Victoria
Founded  No precise date, between 1586 or 1587
Time zone  Central Standard Time (UTC-6)
Weather  21°C, Wind N at 23 km/h, 31% Humidity

Salinas Victoria, is a municipality located to in the center of the state of Nuevo León, Mexico. It shares borders with 11 municipalities including, to the north Villaldama and Sabinas Hidalgo; to the south Escobedo and Apodaca; to the east Higueras, Ciénega de Flores and General Zuazua; and finally to the west with Mina, Hidalgo, Abasolo and El Carmen.

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Map of Salinas Victoria, Nuevo Le%C3%B3n, Mexico

Salinas Victoria's extension is 1,334.20 square kilometers. According to the 2005 census, it has a population of 27,848 people.

Origin of the name

"Salinas" (Spanish for salt marshes) was chosen because the lands present saline characteristics. "Victoria" after the first Mexican president Guadalupe Victoria.

References

Salinas Victoria Wikipedia


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