Monterrey metropolitan area

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The Monterrey metropolitan area refers to the surrounding urban agglomeration of Monterrey, Nuevo León. Officially called Area Metropolitana de la Ciudad de Monterrey or AMM, the metropolitan area is the 3rd-largest such area in Mexico.

Monterrey Metropolitan Area
Monterrey Metropolitan Area
Map of Monterrey Metropolitan Area
Coordinates: 25°40′00″N 100°18′00″W / 25.666667°N 100.3°W / 25.666667; -100.3
CountryMexico
State(s)Nuevo León
Largest cityMonterrey
Other cities - Apodaca
 - Escobedo
 - Garcia
 - Guadalupe
 - Juárez
 - Monterrey
 - Salinas Victoria
 - San Nicolás de los Garza
 - San Pedro Garza García
 - Santa Catarina
 - Santiago
Highest elevation
4,900 ft (1,500 m)
Lowest elevation
1,680 ft (512 m)
Population
 • Total4,570,577

OverviewEdit

The Monterrey metropolitan area is composed of the municipalities/cities of:

There are three adjacent towns that do not maintain continuous urban development with the core urban area. These towns are considered strategic as the metropolitan area grows and integrates them:

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