Durango

Durango
About Durango

In 1554 Spanish conqueror Francisco de Ibarra started to explore the current ter...

Where to Stay in Durango

POSADA SAN JORGE Special Category A beautiful colonial mansion hosts Posada Sa...

Where to Eat in Durango

TRES DURANGOS Trova and mariachi music will delight you while enjoying exquisit...

Where to Go / What to Do in Durango

HISTORICAL CENTER Durango’s Historical Center proudly exhibits a unique archit...

Nightlife in Durango

CLUB 100 ¡Vamos al Cien! Is heard among the young every weekend because Club 1...

Schools in Durango

Regarding the education sector, Durango shows its great Catholic tradition in va...

Hospitals in Durango

The city of Durango offers medical services open for the population, affiliated ...

Photo Gallery Durango

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Poverty in Mexico and the Poorest States

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Miguel Hidalgo, Mexican Independence

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The Cristero War

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The War of Reform, History of Mexico

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