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Why Famous
  • The city of Chihuahua Mexico is one of the most populated metropolises in the area.
  • Chihuahua Mexico is a state full of extremes; from the striking mountains that surround the formidable desert, to the very people who inhabit the area.
  • Within the canyons are beautiful waterfalls, one of which is the highest in Mexico.
Facts Destination
  • The state of Chihuahua is located at the northern end of Mexico, on the Northwest Central Plain.
  • It is bordered to the north and northeast by the United States, to the west and south by the state of Sonora, and to the southeast by the state of Sinaloa.
  • Chihuahua is the largest state in Mexico by area, and therefore has the nickname El Estado Grande (\"The Big State\").
Area Info
  • Mainland area of 247,087 square kilometers.
  • Chihuahua holds one of the largest proportion of white population of Mexico, as is the case in much of northern Mexico.
  • Many of Chihuahua\'s visitors come just to ride the train through Copper Canyon.
Why Visit
  • The Pacific Railway is a well-maintained enterprise and the most efficient way to travel through the rugged state.
  • All of these combine to create a fitting stage for the stubbornness, tenacity, courage, and faith of the Chihuahuan people.
  • The city of Chihuahua has numerous architectonic attractions such as the Cathedral, built of pink quarry stone which lovely portal shows the first traces of the baroque style.
Best Time
  • November through the end of April are ideal times to visit this area.
How to reach
  • By Air: The air terminal provides a series of services.
  • By Road: you need to take Highway 24 up to Highway 16, a road leading directly to Chihuahua.
  • By Trains: The trip by train is long and tiring.
Transport
  • The state of Chihuahua has 10,999 kilometers of paved highways.
  • Ciudad Juarez and the city of Chihuahua have international airports which offer flights to other cities in Mexico and destinations abroad as well.
  • The state boasts an extensive railway system, with 2,091 miles of track.
  • The Chihuahua-Pacifico railroad runs through the Urique and Copper Canyon areas.
  • Two other bridges will link Ciudad Juarez with the state of New Mexico: San Jeronimo-Santa Teresa, and Anapra-Sunland Park, which are in the final stages of development.
Lifestyle
  • There are also 145 technical schools, called CBTIS and CONALEP, located across the state.
  • Ciudad Juarez is on the banks of Rio Grande in the north of the state of Chihuahua, on the border with the United States of America.
  • Hidalgo de Parral, the commercial door to the Sierra Madre, is a special place blessed by a people s fiercely loyal that wherever they might be, they miss what they proudly call the \"Capital of the World\" or the \"Center of the Universe\".