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About Culiacán

Culiacan, the first villa of northeast Mexico, capital of the state Sinaloa, loc...

Where to Stay in Culiacán

HOLIDAY INN CULIACAN 5 Stars This is one of the best hotels in the city and ha...

Where to Eat in Culiacán

LOS ANTIGUOS PORTALES DE CULIACÁN Mexican food restaurant. Ruperto L. Paliz...

Where to Go / What to Do in Culiacán

CULIACÁN ZOO This park is more than just a zoo, it has a library, a theatre, a...

Nightlife in Culiacán

OLYDIA DISCO It is called the Pyramid of Eternal Fun and is probably the larges...

Schools in Culiacán

UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE SINALOA Founded in 1873, the maximum house of studies ...

Hospitals in Culiacán

HOSPITAL CIVIL DE CULIACÁN Public medical service. Alvaro Obregón corner wi...

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