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Hermosillo, Sonora Mexico
The city of Hemosillo Sonora, Mexico, is known as "the city of the sun", and received it's actual name on February 9 1825 honoring the General Jos Mara Gonzlez Hermosillo. This city filled with contrasts holds a fine tourist infrastructure, hotels, restaurants, bars, and trailer parks. Places to visit is the Cathedral Asuncin de Hermosillo, build in 1877. The city hall (Palacio de Gobierno) build from 1881 to 1906. The Ecological park, the Capilla de Nuestra Seora del Carmen, The Sonora Museum, The library.
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Hermosillo Sonora
In the city of Hermosillo the state of Sonora Mexico, coming from the beltway by the San Sebastian Hotel is the Exit to the city of Guaymas Highway 15.
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0.8
748 ft.
Park in Hermosillo
Park in Hermosillo, Sonora
1.6
2.5
774 ft.
Santa Clara water Park, Hermosillo
To Santa Clara water Park, Hermosillo
1.6
2.6
781 ft.
Ecological Park Hermosillo
Ecological Park Hermosillo Sonora Mexico
3.6
5.8
830 ft.
Service Station
Gas Station
12.2
19.7
623 ft.
La Poza River bed
La Poza River
32.3
52.0
561 ft.
La Pintada
This is a place that was inhabit by the ancestors of this place, The Seri and Pima cultures and left cave paintings.
34.0
54.7
584 ft.
Service Station
Gas Station
43.7
70.4
643 ft.
Cajon Area
This is a special Bio-reserve Cajon del diablo (devil's box) that covers 2784. km2
51.5
82.8
325 ft.
Highway Intersection and Service Station
The Intersection is with Highway 132 to Bahia Kino, or closer to that Bahia San Agustin, there is a gas station in this road intersection
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103.3
230 ft.
El Guajare River

72.0
115.9
98 ft.
Highway Intersection To Guaymas
Highway Intersection To Guaymas, Sonora Mexico. In this Intersection is a Gas Station. This is a port city located on a small bay on the Gulf of California, near the mouth of the Yaqui River.
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116.2
98 ft.
Guaymas, Sonora Mexico
The city of Guaymas in the state of Sonora is the first tourist destiny for the state. The beach tourist area is located at northeast in the Bay of San Carlos region. The city offers different kind of hotels, tourist joint ownerships, two marinas and RV camps. It's main tourist attractions are Sacred Heart temple, San Fernando Church, Plaza de los tres Presidentes and Palacio Municipal or city hall.
72.3
116.3
98 ft.
To Guaymas International Airport GYM
This international airport is 15 minutes away from the intersection. The General Jos Mara Yez International airport handles national and international air traffic operated by the federal government corporation for the city of Guaymas.
73.0
117.4
89 ft.
Toll Booth
Mexico Highway Toll Booth
81.8
131.6
66 ft.
Highway Intersection to Empalme town
The town of Empalme Sonora was founded in 1905 by the Utah Construction company that was under contract to the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, being this a junction site for materials and personnel.
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137.5
33 ft.
Empalme Sonora Mexico
Empalme in the state of Sonora Mexico was the territory of the Yaquis people. It's principal economical activity is the fishing.
87.0
140.0
39 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection with highway 103 to Morelos town Sonora Mexico.
89.8
144.5
62 ft.
Cruz de Piedra village, Sonora
Cruz de Piedra village, Sonora Mxico
91.5
147.3
66 ft.
Vehicle verification zone
In this Vehicle verification zone you can obtain the temporally permission for vehicle importation.
94.8
152.5
66 ft.
Cerro Boca abierta, Sonora
Cerro Boca abierta, Sonora is a mountain with a curious formation called Open mouth.
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197.4
39 ft.
Town of Vicam Sonora Mexico
Town of Vicam Sonora Mexico, most of it's residents are the Yaqui people and this village was founded as a railroad station.
136.5
219.6
115 ft.
Highway Intersection to Bacum
Bacum is an indigenous community of the Yaqui people, was founded in 1617 by the Jesuit missionaries Andrs Prez de Rivas and Toms Basilio. In this area agriculture is the main economic activity and it's main crops are soybeans, barley, wheat, cotton, corn and garden vegetables, as well as seasonal crops like alfalfa and fruits.
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228.9
135 ft.
Loma de Huamochic village Sonora
Village of Loma de Huamochic Sonora, Mexico.
145.8
234.7
98 ft.
Toll Booth
Mexico Highway Toll Booth, emergency cervices and toilets
147.4
237.2
128 ft.
Esperanza Sonora Mexico
Town of Esperanza (hope) Sonora Mexico is a town in the Yaqui region, the Yaqui people call themselves mayos or yoremes that means "people" and the name is derived as how they call their homeland "Hiakim" In their world conception is very important their rituals that relies upon song, music, and dancing, mixing old Yaqui beliefs and catholic practices all performed by designated members of the community.
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237.6
131 ft.
Road Intersection
This Road Intersection by the park in Esperanza town, Sonora leads to a large dam "Presa Alvaro Obregon"
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247.0
115 ft.
Ciudad Obregon Sonora Mexico
The city of Ciudad Obregon in the state of Sonora Mexico is one of the main cities in the state. The main economical activity is the agriculture.
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262.2
197 ft.
Ciudad Obregon International Airport (CEN)
This Airport is located near Ciudad Obregon Sonora Mexico and although is international, receives mostly national aircrafts.
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268.5
253 ft.
Cerrito de la Virgen
Virgin's hill
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274.2
266 ft.
Fundicion village Sonora Mexico
Village of Fundicion in the state of Sonora Mexico.
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276.2
269 ft.
Toll booth
Mexico Highway Toll Booth, and emergency services
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296.9
203 ft.
Mayo town in Sonora Mexico
Pueblo Mayo, (Mayo town) in the state of Sonora Mexico is within the valley of the Mayo people and call themselves "Yoreme" meaning the ones that respect the tradition
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310.5
131 ft.
Recreational Site
Recreational Site with pool and slides for Mexico vacationers.
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311.6
121 ft.
Motel

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313.1
121 ft.
Hotel area in Navojoa city Sonora
Hotel area in Navojoa city the state of Sonora, Mexico.
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131 ft.
Navojoa Sonora Mexico
The city of Navojoa in the State of Sonora Mexico receives it's name from the Mayo language Na'avojoa meaning the house of the nopal. The main tourist attraction is the Mayo people legacy and the festivities on June 24th and on Easter
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316.7
171 ft.
Navojoa Sonora Mexico
In the city of Navojoa, places to visit are The Sacred Heart of Jesus cathedral, The Main plaza, the Mayo National museum the baseball stadium named after one local baseball player, Manuel Echeverra, nicknamed 'Cicln'
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322.6
141 ft.
Beer factory

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324.7
131 ft.
Navojoa Airstrip
Navojoa Airstrip is a small airport South of Navojoa in the state Sonora, Mexico, this is used only for general aviation purposes and, in sometimes, as a race track for street racing competitions.
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336.6
177 ft.
Bacabachi village Sonora Mexico
Village of Bacabachi in the State of Sonora Mexico
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342.1
164 ft.
Toll Booth
Mexico Highway Toll Booth.
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358.5
167 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection to Jopopaco village north and to Las Bocas village south
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375.8
187 ft.
Benito Juarez Village, Sonora Mexico
Benito Juarez Village, in the state of Sonora Mexico
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388.6
207 ft.
Small village
Small village Sonora Mexico
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391.0
194 ft.
Manuel Caudillo Village
Manuel Caudillo Village In Sonora Mexico
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400.7
164 ft.
Don Sonora Mexico
The village Don in Sonora Mexico is a railroad station.
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402.5
135 ft.
Venustiano Carranza village
Venustian Carranza village in Sonora Mexico
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404.2
131 ft.
State border line
This is the border line between the state of Sonora Mexico and Sinaloa Mexico.
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411.6
66 ft.
Chavez Talamantes village
Chavez Talamantes village in the state of Sinaloa Mexico
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418.5
23 ft.
Diaz Ordaz village in Sinaloa Mexico
Diaz Ordaz village in the state of Sinaloa Mexico
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424.4
20 ft.
Poblado Cinco village, Sinaloa Mexico
Poblado Cinco (village five)In the state of Sinaloa Mexico
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431.8
33 ft.
Chihuahita village in Sinaloa Mexico
Chihuahuita is small village in the state of Sinaloa Mexico
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131 ft.
Alfonso Genaro village in Sinaloa Mexico

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59 ft.
Rio Fuerte
River Fuerte (strong)
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457.9
62 ft.
San Miguel Zapotitln, Sinaloa
Town of San Miguel Zapotitln, in the state of Sinaloa Mexico
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473.7
66 ft.
Los Mochis, Sinaloa Mexico
The city of Los Mochis, Sinaloa Mexico was founded in 1893 John Sanchez, a man who came to make a fortune in the cultivation of sugar cane. Is the seat of the municipality of Ahome. Los Mochis is famous for its sports teams and the places that motivate the practice of sports. Places to visit: Sinaloa park and botanic garden, the regional museum, the main plaza and the Sacred Heart Church
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474.6
49 ft.
Federal del Valle del Fuerte International Airport LMM
Los Mochis, Sinaloa Mexico has the Federal del Valle del Fuerte International Airport that handles international as well as national air traffic serving the city of Los Mochis and it's surroundings.
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475.9
56 ft.
Los Mochis Sinaloa and Chepe Railroad
The city of Los Mochis in the State of Sinaloa is the western terminus of the famous ChePe (Chihuahua-Pacific Railroad)a major rail line in northwest Mexico, which passes through the scenic Copper Canyon linking the city of Los Mochis in Sinaloa with the city of Chihuahua.
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476.8
56 ft.
Los Mochis Sinaloa Golf court

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491.0
33 ft.
Town of General Juan Jose Rios Sinaloa
The Town of General Juan Jose Rios in the state of Sinaloa Mexico is named after a hero of the Mexican Revolution. It's main economical activity is the agriculture and the commerce.
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503.7
66 ft.
Town of Adolfo Ruiz Cortinez, Sinaloa
Town of Adolfo Ruiz Cortinez, Sinaloa Mexico
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512.9
79 ft.
Town of Gabriel Leyva Solano Sinaloa
The Town of Gabriel Leyva Solano in the state of Sinaloa Mexico was named after a Mexican Revolution martyr Gabriel Leyva Solano who was a rural teacher and was born in this town.
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522.9
66 ft.
Highway intersection
Highway intersection to El Naranjo village in Sinaloa state
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531.9
66 ft.
Guesave, Sinaloa Mexico
The town of Guesave, in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico receives it's name from the Cahita language meaning "The place near the land of labor" The main economical activity is the agriculture.
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539.4
62 ft.
Village El Burrion Sinaloa Mexico

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552.9
33 ft.
San Rafael Village Sinaloa Mexico

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557.8
66 ft.
Las Brisas village Sinaloa Mexico

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66 ft.
Highway Intersection to Guachumil, Sinaloa
Highway Intersection to Guachumil, Sinaloa the municipal seat of the of Salvador Alvarado. Guamchil was the hometown of singer and actor Pedro Infante.
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573.7
105 ft.
Toll booth
Toll booth, Service station, gas station and emergency services.
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574.0
98 ft.
Highway Intersecton to Alhuey Sinaloa
Highway Intersecton to Alhuey Sinaloa, Mexico
396.8
638.6
89 ft.
Gas station

397.0
638.8
79 ft.
Intersection to Caimanero village Sinaloa
Highway Intersection to Caimanero village Sinaloa, Mexico
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652.6
66 ft.
Highway Intersection to Villa angel
Highway Intersection to Villa Angel Flores, Sinaloa Mexico
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667.3
66 ft.
Culiacan River
Culiacan River in the state of Sinaloa Mexico
415.0
667.9
66 ft.
Highway Intersection with Navolato-Culiacan Highway
Highway Intersection with Navolato-Culiacan Highway which communicates and includes many smaller villages in addition to the town of Navolato. The name Navolato name comes from the Nahuatl language. The people in Navolato produce sugarcane, corn, and other agricultural products and is not far from beautiful beach area roughly 50 kms west on Navolato-Culiacan Highway to the Altata, Mexico and local beaches
422.5
679.9
115 ft.
Federal Bachigualato International Airport Culiacn
The Airport of the city of Culiacan, state of Sinaloa Mexico is the Federal Bachigualato International Airport that handles International and National flights
423.7
681.8
118 ft.
Toll booth
Mexico Highway Toll Booth and Gas station
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682.8
118 ft.
Terminus in Culiacan Sinaloa Mexico
Terminus in Culiacan Sinaloa Mexico. Culiacan comes from the nahuatl language and means "the place where the god Coltzin is worship" Is the oldest city in northern Mexico founded in 1531 by Nuo Beltrn de Guzmn. Places to visit in Culiacan Sinaloa is Plazuela Alvaro Obregn, being a social gathering place since the 1800s. Nuestra Seora de Guadalupe temple is the tallest church in Culiacn, placed over a hill, with a nice view of the entire city. The Cultural Center Genaro Estrada is the home of the Sinfonic Orquesta of Sinaloa and has theaters and coffee shops The Regional History Museum in the "Parque Constitucin", a large art museum. The Botanical Garden and Science center of Sinaloa, a science museum that keeps the fifth largest meteorite recovered on earth.