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TOP SIGHTS IN CHIHUAHUA

Mausoleo de Villa (Mausoleum)

This mausoleum was built by Francisco Villa himself.

The construction became his final resting place and is located in the Panteón de la Regla, now the Parque Revolución.

However, his wish to be buried there was not fulfilled as he was buried in Parral. Today, his remains rest in the Monumento a la Revolución in Mexico City.

Location

Parque de la Revolución, Calle Nicolás Bravo s/n, Bolívar, Centro Chihuahua, Chih.

Mina Bustillos (Mine)

It is a monumental cave where sunlight can be seen through an opening.

It is connected to all the mines in the region through tunnels.

During the early years of the 18th century, in its prosperous period, the town of Galdeano was created in its surroundings. Currently, you can only see some ruins.

Location

It is located in the community of Santo Domingo in the Municipality of Aquiles Serdán, 25 minutes from downtown Chihuahua.

Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace)

It was inaugurated in 1892 and is located in the Historic Center of the city.

Currently, it serves as the seat of the Government of Chihuahua, and in the central courtyard, you can find the Altar of the Nation, marking the spot where Miguel Hidalgo, an important figure in the Independence movement, was executed.

The building features several attractive murals illustrating the history of Chihuahua.

Location

Calle Juan Aldama  No. 901, Centro, Chihuahua, Chih.

Palacio Municipal (City Hall)

Considered one of the most representative buildings in the city.

It is located in front of the Cathedral, and its origins date back to 1721 when the construction of the Royal Houses or Consistorial Houses, popularly known as the City Hall Portals, began.

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Location

Av. Independencia y Victoria, Chihuahua, Chih.

Plaza de Armas (Main Plaza)

This is the first public square that the city of Chihuahua had.

It is located between the Municipal Palace and the Metropolitan Cathedral.

It is a beautiful square with lanterns, a Parisian kiosk, and statues representing the four seasons of the year.

Teatro de la Ciudad (City Theater)

Dating back to 1877, it was originally called Teatro Betancourt.

Later, in 1910, it was reopened as Teatro Centenario, a name it kept until 1938.

After a fire, it was transformed into Cine Colonial, and it has now been reconstructed as Teatro de la Ciudad. It hosts top-notch shows and is a center for arts education.

Location

Calle Ojinaga 106, Zona Centro, Chihuahua, Chih.

INTERESTING TOWNS NEAR CHIHUAHUA

Aldama

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.

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Ciudad Cuauhtémoc

Known as the gateway to the Sierra Tarahumara region.

It is famous for its apple production, although due to its location, it has become an important commercial hub.

This town has a significant Mennonite community.

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San Francisco de Borja

This town was founded in 1676.

It consists of picturesque neighborhoods bordered by the Sahuarichi and Cieneguita rivers.

It holds an important place in the history of the Revolution.

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Santa Eulalia (Aquiles Serdán)

Officially named Aquiles Serdán, this town was established in 1707.

It was founded when an indigenous person from New Mexico discovered a rich silver mine, which was named Real de Santa Eulalia de Mérida.

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3 Must See Attractions in Chihuahua

Cathedral of Chihuahua

Hidalgo Dungeon Museum

Las Polvorillas

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