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Important Historical site for BOTH countries!

I pedal here regularly, and have camped (and wrecked!) here, in addition bringing visitors to this... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2017
Juanito_Hayburg
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El Paso, Texas
HISTORY ALIVE!

To be standing inside the house were some of the revolution heroes lived and discuss civil war... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2016
SummerTraveler67
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Richmond, California
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Ladrillera Street | Calle Ladrillera, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
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Reviewed 15 July 2017

I pedal here regularly, and have camped (and wrecked!) here, in addition bringing visitors to this site. It is situated on the banks of the Rio Bravo/Rio Grande in Parque Madero, adjacent to Boundary Marker One/International border between the USA & EUM. It is well...More

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Reviewed 1 June 2016

To be standing inside the house were some of the revolution heroes lived and discuss civil war tactics was very overwhelming. It was also incredibly educational. Felt incredible pride to hear and see a piece of history hardly talked about.

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Reviewed 16 July 2015

Nice collection of period artifacts and pictures, the caretaker/guide is so knowledgeable about the history it's so amazing! I can just imagine Madero and Villa discussing strategy and how to transform Mexico after Diaz was gone....

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Reviewed 5 December 2013

I couldn't have been more pleased with my annual Irene's Biketour 2013 (re-routed from certain truncation East of Hueco Mountain due to severe Winter weather), which was whittled from six to one overnight, took me from my home in El PasoTX-USA into the lower valley...More

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Reviewed 12 June 2013

Did you know that the Mexican Revolution was headquartered for a month in Ciudad Juarez, right on the border between Texas, New Mexico and the Mexican state of Chihuahua? Well, it was headquarted in this little adobe house, reconstructed and made into a museum with...More

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Juan C
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Possible 3 kms Sur, Norzagaray y Calle Juarez.
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