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Chihuhahua, Chihuahua | Copper Canyon Tours & Expeditions
The last stop of El Chepe, the Copper Canyon Railway or the first one if you are just embarking on your your tour of the Canyons. Lots to see her in Chihuahua, lots of Mexican Revolutionary History, many museums and historic homes to visit. Don't miss the Cathedral, it lights up in the evenings, stop by on your way to some great night life. The city of Chihuahua is the state capital of the Mexican state of Chihuahua. It has a population of about 825,327. The predominant activity is industry, including domestic heavy, light industries, consumer goods production, and to a smaller extent maquiladoras. The city was more involved during the Mexican Revolution (1910–1917), for it became at times the operations base for the División del Norte, the army led by Pancho Villa. Many sites and memories remain of the Revolutionary era; the most important of these is the Historical Museum of the Mexican Revolution at Villa's former estate house near downtown Chihuahua. La Quinta Luz was