San Francisco de Borja 1
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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, as Francisco Villa hid in the Coscomate cave when he was wounded in the knee, staying there for more than two months while being pursued by the American army and Venustiano Carranza's soldiers.

Just 6 km away is a natural wonder, the Namúrachi Canyon, which means "Place of Caves." It features whimsical rock formations and enormous walls that invite visitors to explore.

It is an excellent option for hiking and climbing. Another peculiar feature is its excellent acoustics, making it a venue for major events. In fact, the Namúrachi Spring Festival is celebrated here every year.

San Francisco de Borja

Location

It is located 100 km from the city of Cuauhtémoc and approximately 123 km southeast of the city of Chihuahua, about an hour and a half away.

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