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  1. Puebla, officially Free and Sovereign State of Puebla, is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. It is divided in 217 municipalities and its capital city is Puebla.
  2. Puebla: The city of Puebla, formally Puebla de los Ángeles, is the seat of the Municipality of Puebla, the capital and largest city of the state of Puebla, and one of the five most important Spanish colonial cities in Mexico. A colonial era-planned city, it is located southeast of Mexico City and west of Mexico's main Atlantic port, Veracruz, on the main route between the two in Central Mexico.
  3. Puebla: The Municipality of Puebla is a municipality in the State of Puebla in eastern Central Mexico. The municipality covers a total area of 534.32 square kilometres. The City of Puebla is the municipal seat, as well as the capital of the state.

There are other places with in their name, like La Puebla, Puebla de Azaba, Puebla de Lillo, Puebla de Beleña, Puebla de Guzmán, Puebla de Obando, Puebla de Valles, Puebla de Yeltes, Puebla del Prior, La Puebla del Río, Puebla de Alcocer, Puebla de Arenoso, Puebla de Pedraza, La Puebla de Híjar, Puebla de Albortón, Puebla de Almenara, Puebla de la Reina, Puebla de Sanabria, Puebla del Maestre and La Puebla de Castro.

Phrases with Puebla

Phrases starting with the word Puebla:

  1. Puebla Deer Mouse
  2. puebla de zaragoza

Phrases ending with the word Puebla:

  1. Oonops puebla
  2. Araneus puebla
  3. Asellus Puebla
  4. Dictyna puebla
  5. Noonops Puebla
  6. Anopsicus puebla
  7. battle of puebla
  8. Camillina puebla
  9. Hyptiotes puebla
  10. Metagonia puebla
  11. Sabulodes Puebla
  12. Theridula puebla
  13. Caecidotea Puebla
  14. Chrysometa puebla
  15. Drassyllus puebla
  16. Schizocosa puebla
  17. Amphinemura puebla
  18. Hemirrhagus puebla

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Google previewCalendar of Letters, Despatches, and State Papers Relating to the Negotiations Between England and Spain Preserved in the Archives at Simancas and Elsewhere: Henry VII. 1485-1509 (1862)

by Great Britain. Public Record Office

De Puebla is a liar, flatter-er, 840., and a bad Christian. Dc Puebla is a beggar. The English discontented with De Puebla. Henry VII. is rich, and keeps the people in subjection. Italy. The most influential persons in England. cluded the marriage, ...

Google previewThe Overland Monthly (1910)

PUEBLA IS A revelation. From its beautiful "pasaje" to its charming plaza, its portales, its magnificent municipal building, its immense cathedral, its newer residence quarter, its affable officials and its everyday hustle and bustle, it is a revelation.

Google previewMexican Art & Culture (2004)

by Elizabeth Lewis

Puebla is a city famous for its majolica earthenware, which is called talavera. Much pottery is made in this region because there is a great deal of clay in the earth around the city. Some of the potters still make talavera in the same way that the ...

Google previewThe States of Mexico (2009)

A Reference Guide to History and Culture by Peter Standish

Puebla is a city laid out according to a rigid grid pattern with uniformly sized blocks; its dull predictability is relieved by a plethora of exuberant fac ̧ades and interesting interiors. Outside the gridded area lies the Barrio Alto, which was ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mexico (1981)

by Donald C. Briggs, Marvin Alisky

PUEBLA, BATTLE OF. 1862. This victory of the Mexican forces over the French at Puebla on May 5, 1862, represents one of the most glorious episodes in Mexican military history. The invading army, composed of a large number of soldiers ...

Google previewConcise Encyclopedia of Languages of the World (2010)

Sierra Totonac is spoken by more than 100000 people in the Sierra Norte de Puebla and nearby towns in Veracruz. The exact limits of Sierra Totonac and Northern Totonac are still being determined. Children continue to learn Sierra Totonac ...

Google previewDictionary of Daily Life of Indians of the Americas (1981)

The principal production centers of baskets, cordage and hats are found among the various Otomi groups in the State of Hidalgo, the Chochopopolocas in southern Puebla, in the central region of Guerrero, south the Balsas River, and among ...

Google previewAn Introductory Dictionary of Theology and Religious Studies (2007)

by Orlando O. Espín, James B. Nickoloff

PUEBLA DOCUMENT the impressive development of liberation theology, or the theology of the poor. Because of Medellin, the weight of the institutional church in Latin American societies, and the importance of Latin America in the wider ...

Google previewMexico Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic [2 volumes] (2012)

An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic by Ana Paula Ambrosi, Silvia D. Zárate, Alex M. Saragoza

Pacific Ocean and the Gulf Coast, during the 19th century, Puebla lost these outlets as other states were created and boundaries redrawn. Despite its loss of territory, however, Puebla remained one of Mexico's wealthiest and most populous ...

Google previewA New Gazetteer Or, Geographical Dictionary, of North America and the West Indies, (1832)

Containing I.-- A General Description of North America. II.-- A General Description of the United States; the Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States. III.-- A Description of All the States, Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, Forts, Seas, Harbors, Capes, Rivers, Canals, Railroads, Mountains, &c. Connected with North America; with the Extent, Boundaries and Natural Productions of Each State; the Bearing and Distance of Remarkable Places from Each Other and of Each from the City of Washington, with the Population According to the Census of 1830. Containing Likewise Many Tables Relating to the Commerce, Population, Revenue, Debt, and Various Institutions of the United States. Compiled from the Most Recent and Authentic Sources by Bishop Davenport

The chief cities are Mexico, the metropolis and capital, Guanaxuato, Guadalaxara, Puebla, Oaxaca, Zacatecas, Vera Cruz, ...

Google previewA New Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary (1838)

Of North America and the West Indies ... by Bishop Davenport

rhe chief cities are Mexico, the metropolis and capital, Guanaxuato, Guada- ara, Puebla, Oaxaca, Zacatecas, Vera Cruz, and Valladolid.

Google previewThe Bankers Encyclopedia (1918)

Puebla | Gomez Trapaga Hermanos.

Puebla |Manuel Lapuente...

-------- Vera Cruz Tlatlauqui ----- Puebla, Pablo Landero.

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

The population is unequally distributed, being concentrated on the plain which extends from the eastern declivity of the snowy Andes to the environs of Perote, especially between Cholula, La Puebla, and Tlascala. Almost the whole country ...

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