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Casa de Adobe, Ciudad Juarez
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  • House history from the time of the Mexican revolution where you installed Madero, photographs of that time can be found, articles that were used at that time also has a person who tells you the story of what step in the adobe House... If you come to ciudad juarez have to visit the adobe House
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  • It makes the place to explore the history of the beginnings of the Mexican Revolution, photographs and interesting stories,
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  • 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 ...  more »
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  • What a fantastic site! This is one of my regular day trips by bicycle. Leaving from the Eastside of El PasoTX-USA (Time Square:3333 N. Yarbrough & Edgemere) I may pedal South on yucky Yarbourgh to North Loop; turn right/West to junction with Trowbridge/Delta; turn left/Southwest onto Delta, then follow it 5miles/8kms to intersect Stanton Street in downtown El Paso. I turn left/South on Stanton and pedal to the one-way (South) international bridge/Port of Entry(POE) into Cd. JuarezCHIH-MX. After showing our fantastic CBP/USBP agents my valid passport and paying the $0.50usd toll, I cycle up and over the international boundary into the Mexican POE. From there, it's a fairly direct route to this wonderful, dynamic, historic site, just continue pedaling North parallel to the Rio Bravo, conscientiously following all the rules of the road. However, where Norzagary makes an acute left turn to the West, I continue pedaling North, soon to be cycling on the levee road. After 3miles/5kms of rough gravel, it terminates at the international border between the USM & USA. If I'm lucky, Curator Alfredo will be available, showing this extremely historic reconstruction of the 2-room adobe structure where former President Francisco I. Madero & Pancho Villa met during the (Mexican) revolution, 1911. In fact, I'm disappointed if I arrive "after hours" but that doesn't preclude my immense enjoyment of this most important area. Casa de Adobe is within a small area known as Parque Madero, bounded by the Rio Bravo (Rio Grande to those North of the border), steep/rugged mountains that included Cristo Rey, the pavement plant, and parallel 32/historic Boundary Marker One. In fact, during Thanksgiving week 2015, I had pedaled a route that took me East to extremely historic San Elizario to Fabens, Tornillo, and Ft. Hancock. Then I pedaled South across the toll bridge/POE to El Porvenir, and North on World-class Ruta Dos through Praxedi G. Guerrero, Guadalupe, Cazeta/POE, Reforma, San Agustin (regional Museo de Valle de Juarez), Cd. Juarez, and camping at this magnificent site. Actually, I camped on the North side of the boundary line at the base of the Boundary Marker--back in the USA! Unfortunately, it was not a restful night; our fabulous Border Patrol checked upon my well being regularly--I assured them I was not going to enter the USA illegally, that upon daybreak, I'd continue pedaling West to enter legally at the San Jeronimo/Santa Teresa POE--and the Federales performed the same act, also quite regularly through the night. Access from the USA side is even more difficult, possibly even illegal as it is not yet a POE. That is why I am campaigning for this remarkable location to become a NON-motorized POE, with vastly improved access from the USA with construction of a NON-motorized bridge across the Rio Grande just North of American Dam but South of the American Brick Factory private bridge/BNSF high trestles. It would be a tremendous economic stimulant to an area depressed by the loss of ASARCO, as well as a magnet for tourists, history buffs, scientists, pedestrians/joggers, and, of course, bicyclists! Not making this long story shorter, I highly encourage everybody to visit here; not necessarily by bicycle. I enthusiastically give it my "Wheel of Approval". You'll love it!
  • Old artifacts of Pancho Villa time, it's at the border of Texas, New Mexico and México.
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  • It is very nice
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  • ASE time fuy. yamado there 13 sluice gates
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