Municipality and town
|• Municipality and town||79.3 km2 (30.6 sq mi)|
|• Municipality and town||26,758|
|• Density||340/km2 (870/sq mi)|
|• Metro||Tula de Allende|
Tlaxcoapan is a town and one of the 84 municipalities of Hidalgo, in central-eastern Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 79.3 km².
As of 2005, the municipality had a total population of 26,758.It is now part of Tula de Allende built-up (or metro) area.
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Tula de Allende is a town and one of the 84 municipalities of Hidalgo in central-eastern Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 305.8 km², and as of 2010, the municipality had a total population of 103,919. The municipality includes numerous smaller outlying towns, the largest of which are El Llano, San Marcos, and San Miguel Vindho. It is a regional economic center and one of Mexico's fastest growing cities. However, it is best known as the home of the Tula archeological site, noted for its Atlantean figures. Its built-up area made up of Atotonilco de Tula, Atitalaquia, Tlaxcoapan municipalities was home to 188,659 inhabitants at the 2010 census.
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