About Mexico

Mexico, officially the United Mexican States, is one of the world's countries to have more than 100 million people. It is also the 13th largest country in the world by land area. Administratively, Mexico is made up of 31 states as well as Mexico City, which is the largest metropolis in North America. Aside from being the world's largest Spanish speaking country, Mexico is known for its wealth of tourist destinations (most notably Cancun and Acapulco), its dramatic landscape that includes volcanoes, canyons, and mountainscapes, and its ancient history that pre-dates European colonization. 

Mexico Trivia

What Kind of Government Does Mexico Have?

Mexico is a federal presidential representative democratic republic where the president is the head of state and the head of government.

What Type Of Government Does Mexico Have?

What is the Richest State in Mexico?

The state of Nuevo León has a gross domestic product per capita (PPP) of $27,000, making it the richest state in Mexico.

The 10 Richest States In Mexico

What is the Biggest City in Mexico?

Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and by far the most populated city in the country. It has around 8.5 million residents.

The Biggest Cities In Mexico

What Languages Are Spoken in Mexico?

A large number of languages are spoken in the ethnically diverse country of Mexico, with Spanish being the most popular one.

What Languages Are Spoken In Mexico?

What is the Biggest State in Mexico?

Chihuahua is the largest state in Mexico by area.

How Many States Are in Mexico?

What is the Most Popular Religion in Mexico?

Roman Catholicism is the most popular religion in Mexico, accounting for more than 90% of the population. Other types of Christianity make up around 6.6% of the country's total population.

Religious Beliefs In Mexico

What Continent is Mexico In?

Mexico is located in the southern portion of North America.

What Continent Is Mexico In?

Which Countries Border Mexico?

Mexico shares a border with three other countries: Guatemala, Belize, and the United States.

Which Countries Border Mexico?