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The MUSAM (Archaeological Museum of Mazatlán) originated in the convocation launched by the [...]
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If the capital of Hungary can boast about anything, it is the possession a significant cast, not [...]
October 23, 2016, our beloved and emblematic "Malecón de Culiacán", dressed in pink ... today [...]
It took approximately 20 months to construct the Administrative Unit, which jointly with the [...]
A beautiful park located inside the island of Oraba which is surrounded by the union of two [...]
Culiacan, the first village of the Mexican Northwest, the capital of the State of Sinaloa, is [...]
I am much honored to have been chosen to share some of the stories of which I have witnessed. [...]
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Guadalajara's historic center consists of buildings, monuments, plazas and parks built along the [...]
The construction of this historic building in the city of Guanajuato, began in 1797 with the [...]
The University has data from the eighteenth century, colonial stage of Villa de Guanajuato, it [...]
“La Esquina”, Museum of Popular Mexican Toys, represents the Foundation for Conservation of [...]
San Miguel owes a lot to this house of culture and education. Built in the eighteenth century, [...]
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In the 1930s the most powerful nation in the world, USA: collapses due to the Great Depression [...]
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Rebuilt twice and inaugurated three, the Angela Peralta Theater in Mazatlan is today a [...]
Founded as the Museum of Culiacan; inaugurated on December 14th, 1958. The Regional Museum of [...]
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The building that harbors this museum was built in 1837 and in its first years was a Town Hall [...]
During de celebration of the State Day of Philanthropy that is organized by the Board of Private [...]
We went to the Beach Club of Cortes Island, at Altata, Sinaloa, Mexico. We chose the Friday, [...]
The favorite place in each town is their Plaza (small open space in which the town’s festivities [...]