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This small city dates back to 1671.

It was founded by Captain Pedro Cano de los Ríos, who established a ranch for cattle breeding.

A few years later, in 1717, the Franciscans settled in a mission to evangelize the Conchos and Chinarras indigenous people.

Highlights include the San Jerónimo Parish, the Santa Ana Mission, the Historical Museum of Aldama, and the Bosque de Aldama, a large alameda of nearly 700 hectares that has been designated as a Protected Natural Area.

Aldama is famous for its excellent gastronomy, making it a favorite weekend destination. It boasts several restaurants specializing in seafood, particularly fish from the Luis L. León Dam.

It also offers a variety of water parks that are ideal for family fun and relaxation.

Other attractions include a zoo with various animal species, an artificial lake, and comfortable cabins. The Aldama Historical Museum narrates the history of the municipality.

In the surroundings, you can also visit the Grutas de Coyame or the L. León Dam.

 

Aldama

Location

It is located 31 km north of the city of Chihuahua, approximately half an hour away.

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