San Pablo - Geography


San Pablo (the Spanish equivalent of Saint Paul) is a common toponym in parts of the world where the Spanish language is or was spoken.

Towns, cities, and counties called San Pablo:

  • Argentina
  • Belize
    • San Pablo, Belize (in Orange Walk District)
  • Bolivia
    • San Pablo de Lípez, Sud Lípez Province
  • Chile
    • San Pablo, Chile
  • Colombia
    • San Pablo, Bolívar, a town and municipality
    • San Pablo de Borbur, a town and municipality
  • Costa Rica
    • San Pablo, Heredia Province
    • San Pablo, Turrubares Canton, San José Province
    • San Pablo, Leon Cortés Canton, San José Province
  • Cuba
    • San Pablo, a barrio in Consolación del Sur, Cuba
  • Guatemala
    • San Pablo, San Marcos
  • Mexico
    • San Pablo, Baja California Sur
    • San Pablo, Coahuila
    • San Pablo, Chihuahua
    • San Pablo Balleza, Chihuahua
    • San Pablo, Guanajuato
    • San Pablo, Nuevo León
    • San Pablo, Puebla
    • San Pablo, Querétaro
    • San Pablo, Sinaloa
    • San Pablo, Sonora
    • San Pablo, Zacatecas
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
    • San Pablo, Cajamarca, San Pablo in the Cajamarca region
    • San Pablo, Loreto, San Pablo in Loreto region
    • San Pablo District, Bellavista
    • San Pablo District, Canchis
    • San Pablo District, Mariscal Ramón Castilla
    • San Pablo District, San Pablo
  • Philippines
    • San Pablo, Isabela
    • San Pablo City, Laguna province
    • San Pablo, Zamboanga del Sur
  • United States

Compound names with San Pablo:

  • San Pablo de Borbur, Boyacá, Colombia
  • San Pablo de la Moraleja, Valladolid province, Spain
  • San Pablo de las Salinas, México State, Mexico
  • San Pablo Guelatao, Oaxaca, Mexico
  • San Pablo Jocopilas, Suchitepéquez, Guatemala
  • San Pablo La Laguna, Sololá, Guatemala
  • San Pablo Tacachico, La Libertad, El Salvador
  • San Pablo Villa de Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico

Other geographical features called San Pablo:

  • Cerro de San Pablo, alternate name of Pilot Knob (Imperial County, California)
  • San Pablo Bay, California, USA
  • San Pablo Airport, Seville, Spain
  • San Pablo River (Ecuador)
  • San Pablo River (Panama)

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