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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

 As far as the gourmet is taken into consideration, we could point out that El Paso delivers numerous varieties, which would cater to your love for food in almost every possible international cuisine. Among the restaurants, you can easily get the traditional American dishes along with many others like that of Mexican, French and Italian. The ones whose cuisines would really make you happy are the Chili’s Grill and... read more

El Paso Sightseeing

Concordia Cemetery dates back to 1856 and has been the ultimate resting place of various individuals all over El Paso, whether they are famous or infamous. John Wesley Hardin, one of the most popular individuals of his time, is among the many to have been buried here. Other than these places, the La Vina Winery and the Old Mesilla are also quite interesting, and could be visited by the individuals at their free time. read more

El Paso History

El Paso belonged to present day New Mexico and it was very far north for the needs and capabilities of most travelers, so very few people besides merchants and traders explored the area at that time. The Mexican and Texan wars were not heavily felt in the area and the present day situation which gives El Paso to Texas was decided between the Texans and the Mexicans in the Compromise of 1850, a very important year in El... read more

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