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In the world, there are 26 cities that share name with the spanish capital. Are inhabited by tens of thousands of people. In the US there are 10: Alabama, Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, New Mexico and Virginia. Also in Guinea, Sweden, South Africa, the Philippines, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Chile, Canada.

La ciudad más grande con el nombre de Madrid, aparte de la nuestra, está situada en Colombia con unos 25.000 habitantes, y la más pequeña en Nuevo México con 149 habitantes.

Madrid (Alabama)

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It is a small village of county of Houston, in the State of Alabama, United States. Takes its name from the city of Madrid, capital of Spain. Belongs to the metropolitan area of Dotham. According to the census of 2003, the population has a total of 303 inhabitants, of which a 29.4 per cent has less than 18 years, a 6.6 per cent between 18 and 24 years, a 33 per cent between 24 and 44 years, a 19.1 per cent between 44 and 64 years, and a 11.9 per cent has more than 64 years. The average age of the town is 34 years.

Madrid (Iowa)

Map of Madrid, Iowa

It is a small town in county of Boone, in the State of Iowa, United States.

Madrid was originally called Swede Point, by its founders Swedes. In a principle, it was a small exploitation of coal in winter, and a community livestock during the summer. The mining became, with the passage of time, in an increasingly largest of its economy. The coal was as a solution to the heating winter, and was regarded as a part-time work by the greater part of the residents

In the years 1920 and 30, the population of Madrid was nurtured of italian immigrants who worked in coal mines.

In 1966 he created the Iowa Arboretum, thanks to the initiative of the Iowa State Horticultural Society.

According to the 2000 census, in Madrid residing 2,264 people, of which a 26.2 per cent have less than 18 years, a 9.2 per cent between 18 and 24 years, a 28.6 per cent between 24 and 44 years, a 20.5 per cent between 44 and 64 years, and a 15.4 per cent has more than 65 years. The average age of the municipality is 36 years.

The population density is 760.1 hab/km².

Madrid (Colombia)

Map of Madrid, Colombia

It is one of the 116 municipalities in the department of Cundinamarca, Colombia. It is located in the province of Savanna West 28km of Bogota.

It's part of the Metropolitan Area of Bogota, according to the census DANE 2005. Limited by the north and northwest, with Subachoque, by the north-west with Facatativá and Rose, by the west with Bojacá and Facatativá, by the east with Mosquera and Funza and by the north-west with Tenjo.

The population density urban is 151 - 300 rooms. /Km² and the index of density of the rural population is 50 - 75 hab./km².

Madrid (New Mexico)

Map of Madrid, New Mexico

Madrid is a small town in county of Santa Fe, in the State of New Mexico, United States. Takes its name from the city of Madrid, capital of Spain.

Part of the metropolitan area of Santa Fe. The population in 2000 amounted to 149 people.

Part of the film Wild Hogs, premiered in 2007 and in which participated, among other John Travolta, Tim Allen or Martin Lawrence, was shot in this town.

The coordinates of Madrid are as follows: 35°24'21"N, 106°9'16"W.

According to the Census Bureau of U.S. , the total area of the municipality is 3.7km².

According to the 2000 census, in Madrid reside 149 people. Of them, a 16.8 per cent have less than 18 years, a 4.7 per cent between 18 and 24 years, a 35.9 per cent between 24 and 44 years, a 36.9 per cent between 44 and 64 years, and, finally, a 6.7 per cent of the population is 65 years or more. The average age of the population is 39 years.

The population density in the year 2000 was 40.5 hab/km².

Madrid (Nebraska)

Map of Madrid, Nebraska

Madrid is a town in the county of Perkins, in the state of Nebraska, United States. Its population in the year 2000 was 265 inhabitants.

The coordinates of Madrid are as follows: 40°50'N 101°32'O / 40,833, -101,533.

According to the Census Bureau of U.S. , the municipality has a total area of 1.1 km².

The population according to the 2000 census, was 265 inhabitants, of which a 27.2 per cent had less than 18 years, a 7.2 per cent between 18 and 24 years, a 22.3 per cent between 24 and 44 years, a 27.9 per cent between 45 and 64 and, finally, a 15.5 per cent of the population was 65 years or more. The average age was 39 years.

The density of population was 243.6 hab/km².

Madrid (New York)

Map of Madrid, New York

Madrid is a town in the county of St. Lawrence, in the State of New York. Its population in the year 2000 was 1,828 inhabitants. Takes its name from the city of Madrid, capital of Spain.

The location is north of the county of St. Lawrence, north of the city of Canton.

The first inhabitants of what is now Madrid were installed in 1801.

Madrid was one of the first four cities founded originally in the county in 1802. The southern part of its territory was used to create the city of Potsdam. Similarly, Madrid lost territory in favor of the new locality Waddington in 1859.

During the War Anglo-American in 1812, Madrid, because of its proximity with Canada, developed a local militia, the so-called "South Madrid Militia".

While in a principle the economy of Madrid had some diversity, including the logging or mining, with the time the agriculture became the main economic activity in the town. The tertiary sector or services, mainly trade, only serves to provide service to residents.

According to the Census Bureau of the United States, the municipality has a total area of 138.8 square kilometers, of the eu 1.7 square kilometer (1.25%) relate to rivers and lakes.

Through the Through the municipality of Madrid flows into the river Grasse.

The location of Madrid is approximately half way of localities of Potsdam and Waddington, on the road state 345 New York. Inside the village, where there are no type of attraction, the road crosses paths with the state highway 320.

According to the census of the Census Bureau of U.S. , in the year 2000 residing in Madrid 1,828 people, distributed in 638 houses and 458 families. The density of population was 13.3 hab/km². A 97.3 per cent of the inhabitants were white, a 1.37% black or African Americans, a 0.49% native Americans and, finally, a 0.11% were in Asia. A 0.59 per cent of other races or formed part of two or more simultaneously.

The average age in the town was 38 years. A 26 percent of the population was less than 18 years, a 6 percent from 18 to 24 years, a 29.6 per cent of 25 to 44 years, a 25.8 percent from 45 to 64 and, finally, a 12.6 per cent of the population was 65 years or more.

The per capita income in the town was 13,720 dollars in 2000. A 20.2 per cent of the population lived below the poverty line, including a 25.9 per cent of the age of 18 years and a 12.9 per cent of the age of 65. The average revenue per family were of 40,635 dollars a year. The average wage for men was $32,120, by an average salary of 23,417 for women.

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