Mexico - Atlas of the World, 10th Edition

This National Geographic's detailed map of Mexico from Atlas of the World, 10th edition is a must-have wall decor for every Mexican expatriate. It features every information about the country including its cities, towns, political boundaries, neighboring places, and water bodies. You can buy this map in a variety of finishing materials for your home and office walls.
This map is available in 28 x 22 in. Please select a finish of your choice
See Finishes
SKU
ngmaps-POD10th047-1
$27.99

Detailed Map of Mexico

This map from National Geographic's Atlas of the World, 10th edition can be used as wall decors in your homes and offices. The political details about the country including place names, political boundaries, and neighboring places marked on the map make it an ideal tool for referential and educational purposes.

It also features a small map index of the symbols and signs used throughout the map. You can buy this detailed map of Mexico in a selection of finishing materials like paper, matte plastic, and laminate.

About Mexico

Mexico in southern North America is characterized by extremes of wealth and poverty. It is a developing country and a chief economic and political force in Latin America. The total land area covered by Mexico is 1,972,550 km2 (761,606 sq mi), which makes it the world's 13th largest country by total area.

The country is bordered by the US to the north and by the Pacific Ocean to the south and west. Towards the southeast, it is bordered by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea.

Major Cities in Mexico

5 largest cities in the country by population are listed below:

You can buy separate maps of these cities by clicking on their names above. All our city maps are customizable and you can center them around the area of your choice and your neighborhood. You can also select your desired title and choose from a selection of sizes and finishing materials available.

More Information
SKU ngmaps-POD10th047-1
Size 28 x 22 in
Publisher Name National Geographic