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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Mexico

Beginning approximately 50 kilometres (31 mi) from the United States border, the Sierra Madre Occidental extends about 1,250 kilometres (780 mi) south to the Río Santiago, where it merges with the Cordillera Neovolcánica range that runs east-west across central Mexico. The Sierra ...

www.oddizzi.com/teachers/explore-the-world/country-close-up/case-study-mexico/landscape/physical-features

Mexico - explore fun facts for kids about Mexico's physical features: Copper Canyon, Tulum beach, Mayan ruins, Pico de Orizaba volcano.

www.britannica.com/place/Mexico

Oct 25, 2017 ... Because of its climatic characteristics and arrangement of landforms, Mexico has few major rivers or natural lakes. The largest are found in the central part of the country. The Lerma River has its headwaters in the Toluca Basin, west of Mexico City, and flows westward to form Lake Chapala, the country's ...

traveltips.usatoday.com/famous-landforms-mexico-50020.html

Like its North American neighbor the United States, Mexico is divided into states that vary widely in climate and geography. Mexico's landscape ... The sparsely populated southern region of Mexico features the Sierra Madre del Sur, the Sierra Madre de Oaxaca and the Sierra de Soconusco mountain ranges. Some northern ...

kids.nationalgeographic.com/explore/countries/mexico

FAST FACTS OFFICIAL NAME: United Mexican States FORM OF GOVERNMENT : Republic of federated states. CAPITAL: Mexico City POPULATION: 120,286,655 . OFFICIAL LANGUAGE: Spanish MONEY: Peso AREA: 758,449 square miles ( 1,964,375 square kilometers) MAJOR MOUNTAIN RANGES: Sierra Madre

www.ducksters.com/geography/country/mexico.php

Kids learn about the Geography of Mexico. The history, capital, flag, climate, terrain, people, economy, and population.

www.allaboutmexico.com/geography.html

The geography of Mexico with its three regions and varied landscape.

www.questconnect.org/mexico_cc_geography_climate.htm

Geography. The Republic of Mexico's 31 states and one federal district covers almost 780,000 square mi (2 million square km) making it the world's eight largest nation. The country curves from northwest to southeast, narrowing to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in the south and then continuing northeast to the Yucatan ...

www.worldtravelguide.net/guides/north-america/mexico/weather-climate-geography

Mexico's geographical features range from swamp to desert, and from tropical lowland jungle to high alpine vegetation. Over half the country is at an altitude greater than 1,000m (3,300ft). The central land mass is a plateau flanked by ranges of mountains to the east and west that lie roughly parallel to the coast. The northern ...