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Greater San Luis Potosí

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Greater San Luis Potosí

Greater San Luis Potosí is the urban conglomerated which results of the fusion of the cities of San Luis Potosí and Soledad with other communities around the zone. This metropolitan area is the 10th largest in Mexico and has a population of 1.07 millions.

Greater San Luis Potosí is formed by the communities and cities of:

  • San Luis Potosí
  • Soledad de Graciano Sánchez
  • Cerro de San Pedro
  • Mexquitic de Carmona
  • Villa de Pozos
  • La Pila
  • Escalerillas
  • Bocas

This region is the most important urban zone in the whole state of San Luis Potosí, and there is concentrated a third part of the population of this. Also it is the main cultural, industrial and commercial centre.

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