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Piedras Negras is called La Puerta de Mexico (Mexico's Door) because of the flow of commercial traffic and people that passes through it. It is the sister city, across the Rio Grande, of Eagle Pass, Texas. Piedras Negras is well-known for its ranches where sportsmen can hunt species of high-class.
Throughout its history, the enormous ability that this city has had for adaptation has been the essential factor that has given shape to the Piedras Negras of today. The door to our country, its strategic geographical location has been unified with the attributes of its land and people to create an attractive destination with very unique qualities. Its complete tourist, business and service infrastructures are part of the current, modern image of a city in constant transformation, and yet it still maintains a great potential for development and things to offer.
Piedras Negras, a welcoming city that invites stories of progress and friendship to be written upon its blank pages.
Piedras Negras main attractions are:
Piedras Negras has good hotels and restaurants.
Many local artisans specialize in leatherwork.
The Expo Piedras Negras Fair is celebrated in August (9 - 14); and the Popular Fair on April 28th.
The main celebration is "La Feria del Sol" (Festival of the Sun), which takes place during the second week of July; with industrial, commercial, agricultural, and cattle exhibitions.
Plaza de las Tres Culturas In this square you can fin a culture mix like, Maya, Aztec and olmec, with this you can enrich you knowledge about customs, thoughts, ideas and symbolism of Mexican roots.
The main attractions are:
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