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El Paso Map, Texas

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El Paso Travel Guide

But in the early 20th century the city began to come to its senses and became an agricultural and international trade centre and the old border disputes that have shadowed the city’s history came to an end, too in the 1960s. El Paso is Texas’ fourth largest city and the country’s largest border city, at the border with Mexico. This feature gave the city a unique atmosphere and culture, a combination of American... read more

El Paso Nightlife

 Other than these, there are several places where you could party alive and look out for partners, if you are feeling lonely or down. The discos and live music performances are also frequented by individuals, who wish to feel the sensation of the drink going down along with the beats of music. Places like the Modern Impulse, Club Xcape, Neon Lights DJ-Service, Ground Zero Music Enterprises and others make up for... read more

El Paso Sightseeing

The territory of El Paso may not be considered to be a great place for staying at giving that it had been developed by more or less under army surveillance. However, the town has much more to offer in the matters governing over cultural diversities as well as historical centers. Moreover, you would find quite a number of places in the city for sightseeing during the day and enjoying the night in your own style. The... read more

El Paso History

The per-Columbian settlements in the region of El Paso indicate thousands of years of inhabitation and there are also clues that the local populations were maize farmers. Later they mixed with the first Spanish who arrived in the area and gave the local culture a unique form that integrated all the populations and their customs, which is similar to what happened in present day Silver City and Roswell. The El Paso River... read more

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