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Is Distrito Federal a state of Mexico?

No. It is a federal district (Spanish: distrito federal) which belongs to the federation and is the place where the Mexican Federal Government is located. It is the equivalent to Washington DC in the United States. Full Answer

How many regions does Russia have?

Russia has nine regions or federal districts. They are the Central Federal District, Southern Federal District, Northwestern Federal District, Far Eastern Federal District, Siberian Federal District, Ural Federal District, Volga Federal District, North Caucasian Federal District and the Crimean Federal… Full Answer

Where is Mexico d.c.?

There is no "Mexico, D.C.": the Mexican equivalent to Washington, D.C. (i.e. capital of the country) is the Federal District, (Spanish: Distrito Federal) which for practical purposes, spans most of Mexico City. Full Answer

How is the country of Mexico divided?

Mexico is a federal republic, composed of 31 states and one federal district. In fact, United Mexican States is the official name for Mexico. Each state is in turn divided into several municipalities, akin to US' counties. Instead of using… Full Answer