TORREON
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THE LARGEST CITY IN THE LAGUNERA REGION

This is one of the youngest cities in the country and one that has experienced significant development, as it has been in existence for just over a century. Torreón originated as a result of the railroad passing through the region from the central part of the country towards Chihuahua. The current location of the city was previously a railway junction where a tower-like structure (actually a "torreón" in Spanish) was built to oversee the river's avenues, hence its name.

Currently, Torreón is the economic, geographic, and political center of the Lagunera Region. It encompasses the towns of Gómez Palacio and Lerdo in Durango, as well as San Pedro de las Colonias and Francisco I. Madero in Coahuila.

It is one of the youngest and most dynamic cities in the country, offering tourist attractions to suit all tastes, modern shopping centers, nightlife, excellent hotel infrastructure, and delicious food.

It is interesting to stroll through its streets adorned with impressive neoclassical buildings such as the Banco Chino, the Casino de la Laguna, and the Archivo Municipal. Additionally, you can take a walk along the Canal de la Perla, a former irrigation canal that has been transformed into an art gallery. The city also boasts various cultural venues.

Its main event is the Cotton and Grape Fair held in September.

The climate in Torreón is dry and hot, usually ranging from 25°C to 30°C.

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