Culiacan, the first villa of northeast Mexico, capital of the state Sinaloa, located at the skirts o ...
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This park is more than just a zoo, it has a library, a theatre, a museum and sport com ...
Nightlife in Culiacán
It is called the Pyramid of Eternal Fun and is probably the largest nightclub in north ...
Schools in Culiacán
UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SINALOA
Founded in 1873, the maximum house of studies in the entity offers ...
Hospitals in Culiacán
HOSPITAL CIVIL DE CULIACÁN
Public medical service.
Alvaro Obregón corner with Dr. Romero Col. Gab ...
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