Gómez Palacio is a Mexican city located in the State of Durango, which, together with
the neighboring cities of Ciudad Lerdo (in Durango), Torreón and Matamoros (in
Coahuila), forms the Comarca Lagunera, which is the ninth largest metropolitan area.
populated Mexico with just over 1,200,000 inhabitants. Gómez Palacio has an
extremely dry climate, because it is located in the Bolson de Mapimi . On the edge of
the city is located the Nazas River, which is the main provider of drinking water in the
area although it has been dry since September. 2009
Briefly talk about the research projects and labs your incomings will be working in.
The student will receive to two meals per day in the hospital, or with the family that will be
With the purpose of a greater cultural exchange, the student will stay with a family host.
Our city has buses, taxi and uber.
TheOjuela Bridgeor theMapimi Bridge (Puente de Ojuela, Spanish name) is a suspensión
bridge located in Mapimi in the mexican state of Durango at the site of the OjuelaGoldmine.
The Ojuela Bridge was designed by Wilhelm Hildenbran and built by the firm of John A.
Roebling Sons Company, New York. Completed in 1898 the bridge was restored as a tourist
attraction in 1991. It has a main span of 271.5 metres and the distance between the pylons is
315.5 metres. Currently this bridge is only used for pedestrians.
Parras de la Fuente is a Pueblo Mágico, designated in 2004. Parras is the best place to get relax. You can find one of
the best winery like Casa Madero, where yo will taste the best wine from Mexico.
The city features a desert climate. Rainfall is scarce but more prominent in the summer, whilst temperatures are very hot by day and cool at night, although the urban heat island effect causes temperatures on summer nights to be considerably warmer than nearby areas