Allende, Nuevo León
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Allende, Nuevo León a.k.a. Allende is a municipality and seat located in the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo León. It comprises a region known as Región Citrícola, for being a major producer of orange at local, national and even international level. Allende is located at the Sierra Madre Oriental range foothills in the central-southeastern part in the state of Nuevo León. It has a territorial extension of 148.5 km², comprising around 0.22% of the whole extension of Nuevo león. Given its geographic location, the region is comprised by valleys and hills ranging from 300 meters above sea level on the northeast, to 1.640 meters above sea level in the southwestern part of the municipality. According to the last census data in 2010, it has 32,581 inhabitants, of whom 16,436 are men and 16,145 are women. The main economic activities are agriculture, livestock, beekeeping, poultry and transportation, activities that generate many jobs in the region.
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