Chihuahua, Mexico

Chihuahua is a city of contrast located in a dry and sandy area. It is a refulgent capital in the middle of the desert in the north of the country bordering the US. This city is known for its temples of colonial origin, buildings of a van-garde lines, hundred of assembly industries, and its cowboy boots exhibited in some shops.

Chihuahua’s colonial center is filled with beautiful colonial buildings, mansions, and palaces. Most of these are open to the public as well as the fine museums.


Chihuahua stands on the U.S.-Mexico border, bounded on the north by the U.S. states of Texas and New Mexico and, to the east of Ciudad Juárez, by the Río Bravo del Norte (Rio Grande). The states of Sonora and Sinaloa border it on the west, Durango on the south, and Coahuila on the east.