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Mexico State #85 Highway Guide

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Highway Exit to Monterrey Mexico
Taking the Beltway Luis Donaldo Colosio is Exit to Highway 85 to the City of Monterrey
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Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas Mxico develops from the treaty Guadalupe-Hidalgo between Mxico and USA in 1848 ending the war between this two nations.
3.9
6.2
Service Station
Gas Station and public toilet services
8.6
13.9
Service Station
Gas Station
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15.0
Chapel to the Holy Death, Nuevo Laredo
Many Worship the Holy Death, But is a complete secret who build this Chapel to The Holy Death just outside Nuevo Laredo, Mxico. This place is frequented by truck drivers who pray for safe trip. Many sostain that the Worship to The Holy Death originated in prehispanic beliefs but each day the number of followers grow.
9.4
15.1
Junction with highway 2
Junction with highway 2 to Reynosa, Tamaulipas Mxico and Mc Allen USA along the border
10.9
17.6
Tollbooth
Tollbooth and emergency services.
21.1
33.9
State Border line Tamaulipas and Nuevo Len
State Border line Tamaulipas and Nuevo Len Mxico
41.3
66.4
Intersection to Sabinas Hidalgo, Mxico
Intersection with state highway 85 to Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo Len, Mxico a miner village with a prosperous textile industry and tourist places like "Charca del lobo" (wolf's pool) and "Parque ojo de agua" (eye water park) with restaurants, bathrooms, pools, slides, horse ride, barbecue areas and play grounds.
41.8
67.3
Salty River
Rio Salado, Salty river, Nuevo Len Mxico
59.9
96.4
Intersection
Intersection with state road Vallesillo to Pars, Nuevo Len Mxico. Taking direction to Vallecillo one can take state highway 85 to Sabinas Hidalgo and on the other direction, to Pars crossing Sabinas river a tributary river of Salado river.
69.4
111.7
Sabinas River
Sabinas River Nuevo Len Mxico
70.0
112.7
Intersection with Highway 3 to Sabinas Hidalgo, Mxico
Intersection with Highway 3 to Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo Len Mxico. In this village one can find gas station, hotels, restaurants, museum, and recreational parks such as La Turbina park a natural beauty with place to camp, practice sport fishing, barbecue area, bathrooms and play grounds.
82.3
132.5
Intersection to state highway 85
Intersection to state highway 85 and El ebano in the other direction and a bit further Sombreretillo Dam where one can practice sport fishing and camping.
87.2
140.3
Intersection
Intersection Federal Highway and State Highway 85
90.7
145.9
Mamulique
There is a legend that not far from this mountain crests there is abandoned mine with loosen golden rocks on the ground, those who dare try to take them will suffer hallucinations and won't be able to go out of the mine, lost under ground.
109.4
176.0
River La Negra, Nuevo Len
River La Negra, Nuevo Len Mxico
112.2
180.5
Road Intersection
Intersection To Salinas Victoria, Nuevo Len Mxico
113.1
182.0
Villas Campestre, Nuevo Len
Villas Campestre, Nuevo Len Mxico
114.3
183.9
Intersection

116.8
187.9
Service Station
Gas Station, Groceries and Bathrooms.
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188.5
Aeropuerto del Norte, Monterrey Mxico
The Northern Airport, Monterrey Mxico has arrivals and departures for private business airplanes and flying school. Passenger halls, customs, migration and all services for the aircrafts, pilots and passengers.
119.1
191.6
VII Military Camp
VII Military Camp, Monterrey Mxico
119.4
192.1
Entering Monterrey, Mxico
The City of Monterrey is the capital city of the state of Nuevo Len. Known as "The Sultan of the North" was founded in 1596 honoring the count of Monterrey. This is one of the three most important cities in Mxico. It has an important Business and Industrial tradition.
119.5
192.3
Terminus Monterrey
Terminus point at intersection with Beltway in Monterrey, The Capital city in the state of Nuevo Len Mxico. It's most important tourist attractions are: Regional Museum in the Palacio del Obispado building, The contemporary art museum, The fundidora park, the Planetarium, The Paseo Santa Luca, and the Macroplaza, or main square surrounded with important buildings as the Main Library, the city theater, gardens and government buildings