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Northern Mexico 

Northern Mexico is a vast desert region bordering the United States of America. The north is sometimes referred to as "unknown Mexico" or "lost Mexico" because it is ignored by the vast majority of tourists.
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Monterrey is the third largest city in Mexico and the capital of the state of Nuevo León.
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Hermosillo is the capitol city of Sonora, Mexico. Hermosillo is one of the largest cities in Mexico, with a population of around 850,000 people.
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Mazatlán is a city in Sinaloa state, Mexico, known for its fine beaches. Mazatlán is a socially and economically diverse city, with more than 350,000 welcoming people of all races.
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Sonora is a desert state in Northern Mexico. While it is not near the top of most people's travel plans, it is not without charm.
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Chihuahua is a state in Northern Mexico. The state is composed of desert plains in the east, and mountainous land in the west.
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Nuevo León is a state in Northern Mexico. Nuevo León is bound by Coahuila to the west, Tamaulipas to the east and north, and San Luis Potosí to the south.
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Sinaloa is a state in Northern Mexico. Sinaloa is rather like the country of Chile in that it is a long narrow strip of land with ocean on its west and mountains in the east.
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Tamaulipas is a state in Northern Mexico. Tamaulipas lies between Nuevo León and the Gulf of Mexico in the north of the country.
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Coahuila is a state in Northern Mexico.
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Durango is a state in Northern Mexico. "The glittering treasure you've been dreaming of day and night lies buried over yonder …
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