List of Mexican states by area

Summary

The following table lists Mexico's 32 federated entities, ranked by total continental surface.[1]

Rank State land (km2) land (sq mi) % of total
1 Chihuahua 247,412.6 95,526.5 12.62%
2 Sonora 179,354.7 69,249.2 9.15%
3 Coahuila 151,594.8 58,531.1 7.73%
4 Durango 123,364.0 47,631.1 6.29%
5 Oaxaca 93,757.6 36,200.0 4.78%
6 Tamaulipas 80,249.3 30,984.4 4.09%
7 Jalisco 78,595.9 30,346.0 4.01%
8 Zacatecas 75,275.3 29,064.0 3.84%
9 Baja California Sur 73,909.4 28,536.6 3.77%
10 Chiapas 73,311.0 28,305.5 3.74%
11 Veracruz 71,823.5 27,731.2 3.66%
12 Baja California 71,450.0 27,587.0 3.64%
13 Nuevo León 64,156.2 24,770.8 3.27%
14 Guerrero 63,595.9 24,554.5 3.24%
15 San Luis Potosí 61,138.0 23,605.5 3.12%
16 Michoacán 58,598.7 22,625.1 2.99%
17 Campeche 57,484.9 22,195.0 2.93%
18 Sinaloa 57,365.4 22,148.9 2.93%
19 Quintana Roo 44,705.2 17,260.8 2.28%
20 Yucatán 39,524.4 15,260.5 2.02%
21 Puebla 34,309.6 13,247.0 1.75%
22 Guanajuato 30,606.7 11,817.3 1.56%
23 Nayarit 27,856.5 10,755.5 1.42%
24 Tabasco 24,730.9 9,548.7 1.26%
25 México 22,351.8 8,630.1 1.14%
26 Hidalgo 20,821.4 8,039.2 1.06%
27 Querétaro 11,690.6 4,513.8 0.6%
28 Colima 5,626.9 2,172.6 0.29%
29 Aguascalientes 5,615.7 2,168.2 0.29%
30 Morelos 4,878.9 1,883.8 0.25%
31 Tlaxcala 3,996.6 1,543.1 0.2%
32 Ciudad de México 1,494.3 577.0 0.08%

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "México en cifras - Medio Ambiente - Superficie continental" (in Spanish). INEGI. Retrieved February 12, 2021.