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1,972,545 km² (76I,604 miles²) - 106,682,000 people
Land boundaries: 4,538 km
Belize 250 km, Guatemala 962 km, USA  3,326 km
Coastline: 9,330 km
Country Code +52
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phone system
Numbering Plan of Mexico
local calls
national long distance
national prefix: 0I
area code: I - 3 digits
subscriber number: 5 - 7 digits

international calls
international prefix: 00
example:
calling from Mexico
to France
0033 I 422I IIII Phonebook of the World.com
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00 33 I 422I IIII
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usefull numbers
national operator 020
International Operator 090
Information 040


Mexico's phonesystem
is regulated by
Comision Federal de
Telecommunicaciones


calling from abroad

to Mexico
+52 ----- or ------
------- or -------- (5 to 8 digits
after the country code)
map of Mexico
Chichen Itza

Mexico once had
the country code
(+I)
until I99I it was possible
to call certain cities of Mexico
within the North American Numbering Plan

(example +I 905 Mexico City)




Estados Unidos Mexicanos
United States of Mexico



since 1810
independant from Spain

divided into 31 States

Capital: Mexico City

Government of Mexico

languages

Spanish
and 62 Indigeneous Languages

economy

GNP 2000 $ 1,022 trillion
GNP/person $ 9,716/year 2008

currency I Peso = I00 Centavos


national holiday:
Independence Day, 16 September (1810)

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geography
Pico de Orizaba, highest mountain of Mexico
Citlaltépetl (Pico Orizaba) 5,700m

access to
3 neighbour countries
west: Pacific
north:
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east: Carribean Sea
south:
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Phonebook of Mexico City.com (+52 55) - Mexico City, capital and largest city of Mexico (population 8,720,000 people)

Phonebook of Guadalajara.com (+52 33) - Guadalajara, second largest city of Mexico (population 1,600,000 people)

Phonebook of Monterrey.com (+52 81) - Monterrey, 10th largest city of Mexico (population 1,133,000 people)

Acapulco (+52 74) - Aguascalientes (+52 49I)
Campeche (+52 98I) - Chihuahua (+52 I4) - Ciudad Obregón (+52 64I) - Cuernavaca (+52 73) - Culiacan (+52 67I)

Durango (+52 I8I) - Guadalajara (+52 36) - Hermosillo (+52 62I)
Irapuato (+52 462) - Jalapa Verácruz (+52 28) -
Léon (+52 47)
Matamoros (Tamaulipas) (+52 89I) - Mazatlán (+52 678) - Mérida (+52 99)
Mexico City (+52 55) -
Monterrey (+52 83) - Morelia (+52 45I)
Nogales (Sonora) (+52 63I) - Nuevo Laredo (+52 87I) - Oaxaca (+52 95I)
Puebla (+52 22) - Reynosa (+52 892) - Saltillo (+52 84I) - San Luis Potosi (+52 48)
Tampico (+52 I2) - Tijuana (+52 66) - Toluca (+52 72I) - Torréon (+52 I7) - Tuxpan (Veracruz) (+52 783)
Vera Cruz (+52 29) -
Villahermosa (+52 93I)


     

   
     
   


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