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Culiacan Sinaloa Mexico
The city of Culiacan in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico is located in a valley where the Tamazula River and Humaya River meet and then form the Culiacan River. The principal popular celebrations are on September 29 the festivity of the city of Culiacan; On December 12 the Virgin of Guadalupe and on November an multi exposition of commerce, agriculture, industrial and livestock within national festivities. This city has a complete tourist infrastructure with hotels of all rates, restaurants with different specialties, shopping centers, Bars and night life, tours and places to visit in the city, car rental and medical services.
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0.6
115 ft.
Industrial park Culiacan Sinaloa Mexico

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17.3
33 ft.
Highway Intersection to Villa de Costa Rica town
Highway Intersection to Villa de Costa Rica an agricultural oriented town, in the state of Sinaloa Mexico.
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17.4
33 ft.
Highway Intersection to El Dorado Sinaloa
Highway Intersection to El Dorado town in the state of Sinaloa Mexico.
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18.9
39 ft.
Service Station
Gas station, and groceries store.
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20.4
46 ft.
Toll booth
Mexico Highway Toll Booth and emergency services.
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45.5
95 ft.
Highway Intersection
This Highway Intersection to direction west leads to El Dorado Village, Sinaloa Mexico and to direction Northeast to Quila village in Sinaloa Mexico and free highway 15.
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46.5
95 ft.
San Lorenzo River
San Lorenzo River, Sinaloa.
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98 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection west to San Alejandro village and to east La Loma Village, Sinaloa Mexico
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77.9
66 ft.
Highway Intersection to Cosala Sinaloa
Cosala Sinaloa Mexico is a beautiful village that has a quiet atmosphere that seem like placid dream. Somehow is as if history had stopped in the times of Spanish conquest and is considered a magical town. It's streets are filled with picturesque sights, the visitors say that something in the air inspires to romance. Cosala has three hotels.
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33 ft.
Highway Intersection to La Cruz de Elota Sinaloa
The town of la Cruz de Elota, in the state of Sinaloa Mexico is the municipal seat of the Elota municipality and has hotel and restaurant services for the tourists,
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33 ft.
Highway Intersection to Ceuta Beach in Elota Sinaloa
Ceuta Beach in Sinaloa Mexico is a frequent visited place for local tourism. It has a sanctuary camp for the protection of the sea turtle as well as hundreds of species of birds that migrate from USA and Canada.
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110.3
23 ft.
Elota River
Elota River, Sinaloa Mexico
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115.9
33 ft.
El Tigre river
El Tigre (the tiger) river, Sinaloa
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92 ft.
Village of Celestino Huasca, Sinaloa
Celestino Huasca village, Sinaloa, Mexico.
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123.0
167 ft.
Sight view stop in Punta San Miguel
Sight view stop in Punta San Miguel, Sinaloa Mexico
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135.8
23 ft.
Piaxtla River
Piaxtla River, Sinaloa
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137.3
75 ft.
Village of Dimas, in Sinaloa
Village of Dimas, Sinaloa Mexico is a railroad station
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52 ft.
Village of Marmol, Sinaloa Mexico
Village of Marmol, in the state of Sinaloa Mexico
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173.3
85 ft.
Toll Booth
Mexico Highway Toll Booth, Emergency services and toilets
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177.5
23 ft.
San Pablo River

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192.4
69 ft.
Highway Intersection to Cerritos village, Sinaloa
Highway Intersection to Cerritos village, Sinaloa Mexico a beautiful site with attractive beaches, hotels and resorts.
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195.3
125 ft.
Airstrip
Airstrip close to the beach
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62 ft.
Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico
The city of Mazatlan in the state of Sinaloa Mexico is the municipal seat, Mazatlan means 'place of the deer' in the Nahuatl language. It's origins go back to 1531 when it was founded, then by the mid-1800s from Germany arrived a large group of immigrants who developed Mazatlan into a flourishing commercial seaport, later on it served as the capital of the state Sinaloa.
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46 ft.
Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico
Mazatlan in Sinaloa, Mexico is a popular tourist destination, with its beautiful beaches lined up with resorts and hotels for every taste. A ferryboat sails across the Gulf of California from Mazatlan to La Paz, Baja California Sur.
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46 ft.
Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico
In Mazatlan Sinaloa Mexico the places to visit are: The golden zone, the Cathedral, the market, La Piedra island, Angela Peralta theater, the Malecon (seafront) and the ferry seaport.
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36 ft.
Urias Marsh
Urias Marsh, Mazatlan Sinaloa, Mexico
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52 ft.
General Rafael Buelna International Airport (MZT)
The city of Mazatlan has it's International Airport, named 'General Rafael Buelna International Airport' and is located in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico. This is a very important airport for the state of Sinaloa for its international operations. It has one terminal with two concourses.
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39 ft.
Presidio River, Mazatlan

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62 ft.
Villa Union
Villa Union, Mazatlan Mexico
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62 ft.
Highway Intersection

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69 ft.
Highway Intersection
This Highway Intersection is with Highway 40 to the capital city Durango, in Durango state or continue Highway 15 to the capital city of Tepic in the state of Nayarit Mexico
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89 ft.
Highway Intersection
This Highway intersection is with the toll free 15 highway and the new highway 15
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92 ft.
Highway Intersection to El Rosario town
Highway Intersection to El Rosario town in Sinaloa Mexico. This town in 1780 was the most prosperous settlement. The mining is an important industry. A tourist attraction is the 'Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de El Rosario'
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271.1
92 ft.
Toll booth
Mexico Highway Toll booth and emergency services.
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273.1
56 ft.
Baluarte river, Sialoa

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243 ft.
Highway Intersection to Escuinanpa village
Highway Intersection to Escuinanpa in Sinaloa Mexico a village who's name comes from the Nahuatl language and means 'the dog's creek' close to the village is an archeological site 'el Calon'
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39 ft.
Ojo de Agua de Palmillas village
Ojo de Agua de Palmillas village in Sinaloa state Mexico
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43 ft.
Las Mulas Marsh
Marisma Las Mulas, Sinaloa ( the mules Marsh)
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49 ft.
Dirt Road to Tecapan village
Tecapan in Sinaloa Mexico is a small fishermen village, with nice beaches and a botanical garden
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62 ft.
El Aguaje village
Small village El Aguaje in Sinaloa Mexico
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46 ft.
Las Canas river

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52 ft.
State border line
State border line between the states of Sinaloa Mexico and Nayarit Mexico.
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92 ft.
Highway Intersection to Acaponeta town
Acaponeta, Nayarit Mexico is a small town who's name means 'Place near the river where the bean tangled in the reed grows' the Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion temple has a colonial style from the XVI century and also close tho the town a watering place or health resort near a with a hot spring
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66 ft.
Acaponeta river
Acaponeta river, Nayarit
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125 ft.
San Miguel village
San Miguel, Nayarit Mexico
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52 ft.
Rosamorada town Nayarit
Rosamorada town Nayarit, Mexico
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49 ft.
Highway intersection
Highway intersection with a new highway that is being buil
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52 ft.
Chilapa village Nayarit
Village of Chilapa, Nayarit Mexico
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66 ft.
San Juan river Nayarit

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San Pedro Mezquital river Nayarit

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98 ft.
Penitas Village, Nayarit
Village of Penitas, Nayarit Mexico
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66 ft.
Highway Intersection to Tuxpan Nayarit
The town of Tuxpan, Nayarit Mexico was an important settlement before the Spaniard arrived
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108 ft.
Santiago river Nayarit

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781 ft.
Cross roads of San Blas
El Crucero de San Blas (Cross roads of San Blas)
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Toll Gate
Mexico Highway 15 Toll Gate
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2779 ft.
La fortuna village, in Nayarit
Village of La fortuna, Nayarit Mexico
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3146 ft.
Highway Intersecton in Tepic Nayarit
This Highway Intersection is with Insurgentes Avenue in the city of Tepic, the capital city in the state of Nayarit Mexico
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Tepic, Nayarit Mexico
The City of Tepic, Nayarit Mexico is the capital city in Nayarit and has all the tourist infrastructure, hotels, restaurants, Stores, Bars and nightlife shows. Tepic comes from the word Tepictli which means "land of corn"
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3146 ft.
Highway intersection
Highway Exit to Xalisco village in Nayarit Mexico
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3117 ft.
City of Tepic, Nayarit Mexico
Places to visit in the city of Tepic Nayarit, Mexico are the Regional museum, Cruz de Zacate temple, City hall, the Cathedral, Juan Escutia's house and museum
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Exit to Guadalajara, Jalisco
In Tepic, Nayarit the exit to the city of Guadalajara is in the Industrial zone.
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Gas station

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3025 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway deviation to take the free highway and to the Amado Nervo National Airport or Tepic Airport ( TPQ ) or continue to the toll highway.
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3179 ft.
San Cayetano village, Nayarit
San Cayetano village, Nayarit Mexico
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3766 ft.
Toll Booth
Mexico Highway 15 Toll Booth
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4541 ft.
Highway Intersection
This Highway intersection is to Compostela town, a quaint town that is a tourist destination
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3986 ft.
Intersection to Jala village in Nayarit Mexico

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3455 ft.
Highway Intersection
This is a cross road to the town of Jala Nayarit Mexico, the municipal seat. is worth visit the Basilica Cateranense de Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion.
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3566 ft.
Town of Ixtlan del Rio Nayarit
Town of Ixtlan del Rio, the municipal seat of Nayarit Mexico, is a place of tourist importance because is so near the archeological site, so it has hotels, restaurants and other services. The name of Ixtlan comes from Nahuatl language, composed of the words Itz-ittztell meaning 'obsidian,' and Tlan, meaning 'place where it is found.' Ixtlan means 'place where obsidian is found', or 'place of the obsidian knife.'
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3852 ft.
Los Toriles Archeological site Nayarit
Los Toriles Archeological site Nayarit, Mexico is an important site that probably inhabit since 300 bc. It has different structures and the one that may stand out is the building called Quetzalcoatl temple.
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575.3
3855 ft.
Gas Station
Gas Station.
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4370 ft.
Vew point
Enjoy the view and rest in this spot Nayarit Mexico
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4268 ft.
State Border line
This is the border line between the states of Nayarit and Jalisco, Mexico
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4190 ft.
Barracas, Jalisco Mexico
The village of Barracas, in the state of Jalisco, Mexico is a railroad station.
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3369 ft.
Toll Gate
Toll Gate and emergency services.
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600.0
3763 ft.
La Quemada village
Village of La Quemada, Jalisco, Mexico
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4501 ft.
Magdalena, Jalisco Mexico
The town of Magdalena in the state of Jalisco Mexico has it's main economical activity the agriculture, but this town is also known by the opal workshops.
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4633 ft.
El Arenal, Jalisco Mexico
Town of El Arenal, in the state of Jalisco Mexico has it's principal economical activity the production of Tequila an agave-based spirit a trade mark of this region of the state and of Mexico. (It is a common misconception that some tequilas contain a 'worm' in the bottle. Only certain mezcals, usually from the state of Oaxaca, are ever sold with it.) Because of this a popular tourist attraction is the visit of the Haciendas where the agave and the tequila are grown and produced.
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4646 ft.
Toll Booth
Mexico Highway Toll Booth and emergency services
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655.5
4636 ft.
Arenal Golf court
Arenal, Jalisco Golf court
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5217 ft.
Railroad crossing
Railroad crossing.
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5220 ft.
Highway intersection
15 Highway intersection with the toll free and the toll highway #15 in Jalisco.
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5279 ft.
La Venta del Astillero Village, Jalisco
The Village of La Venta, in the state of Jalisco Mexico is the doorway to the city of Guadalajara, the capital of the state of Jalisco in Mexico.
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5463 ft.
Terminus Guadalajara Jalisco
The city of Guadalajara is the capital city in the state of Jalisco Mexico The word Guadalajara comes from the Arab word 'Wad-al hidjara', which means 'River that runs between rocks'. The city is named after the native city of Nuno Beltran de Guzman who, looking for a bigger and more important kingdom than that of Hernan Cortes, was a conqueror of this land.
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5479 ft.
Guadalajara Jalisco Mexico
Guadalajara Jalisco Mexico offer a great variety of interesting things to see and do, to the visitors in a cultural, historical and legendary atmosphere. You can start your visit by going to Historical Center and its magnificent buildings, such as the Instituto Cultural Cabanas named as 'World Heritage Site ' by the UNESCO. Other must visits include the Degollado Theater, the Regional Museum, the City Museum, the Government Palace, and the Plazas that form a cross (in the middle of town), featuring the symbol that has become emblematic of Guadalajara, the towers of the Cathedral.