Nogales, Sonora

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Heroica Nogales, more commonly known as Nogales, is a city and the county seat of the Municipality of Nogales.wikipedia
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Nogales, Arizona

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The city is abutted on its north by the city of Nogales, Arizona, across the U.S.-Mexico border. Nogales is discussed at length in the popular political economics book Why Nations Fail, comparing the relative success of Nogales, Arizona north of the border to the poverty of Nogales, Sonora to the south. It seems that the tank had been bought in 1927 for fighting the Yaquis, but U.S. officials prohibited it from leaving the U.S., and it had been kept in a warehouse in Nogales, Arizona.
Nogales, Arizona, borders the city of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, and is Arizona's largest international border community.

Nogales Municipality, Sonora

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Heroica Nogales, more commonly known as Nogales, is a city and the county seat of the Municipality of Nogales.
The county seat of the Municipality is the City of Nogales.

Sonora

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It is located on the northern border of the Mexican state of Sonora.
Many migrants now come to the Arizona border between Agua Prieta and Nogales, with Naco as one of the preferred routes for "coyotes" (also called "polleros" or "enganchadores") or smugglers who offer to take migrants across.

Mexico–United States border

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The city is abutted on its north by the city of Nogales, Arizona, across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Álvaro Obregón

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Early in March 1929, the Escobarista Rebellion exploded in Nogales, sponsored by Obregonistas, supporters of Mexican president Álvaro Obregón, who had been assassinated on July 17, 1928.
In this capacity, he set out on a campaign, and in a matter of days had managed to drive federal troops out of Nogales, Cananea, and Naco.

Hermosillo

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The city and the municipality both rank third in the state in population, after Hermosillo and Ciudad Obregón.
In 1881 the railroad linking Hermosillo with Guaymas and Nogales was finished, allowing for economic expansion in the area by bringing in mining equipment and modern agricultural equipment.

Mexican Federal Highway 15

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The primary commercial artery is Mexico Federal Highway 15, which links the state with the U.S. as well as major cities in Mexico.
Federal Highway 15 (Carretera Federal 15, Fed. 15 ) is Mexico 15 International Highway or Mexico-Nogales Highway, is a primary north-south highway, and is a free part of the federal highways corridors (los corredores carreteros federales) of Mexico.

Nogales International Airport (Mexico)

Nogales International Airport
Nogales is served by Nogales International Airport.
Nogales International Airport is an international airport located at Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, near the U.S.-Mexico border.

Vernon Perez Rubio

During the 90s, this economic context was, in part, held by an important Sonora state social policy by the Secretary of Urban Infrastructure and Ecology, Vernon Perez Rubio, accomplishing the city's total coverage on drinking water, with a 20-year guaranteed service.
In 1996 he becomes Shareholder of Edificaciones Modernas de Sonora S.A. de C.V., a housing construction company in Nogales, Sonora.

Why Nations Fail

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Nogales is discussed at length in the popular political economics book Why Nations Fail, comparing the relative success of Nogales, Arizona north of the border to the poverty of Nogales, Sonora to the south.
Further examples include the border cities Nogales (Sonora, Mexico) and Nogales (Arizona, USA).

Roman Catholic Diocese of Nogales

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Since 13 March 2015, its Catedral Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe is also the episcopal cathedral see of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nogales.
Its episcopal cathedral see is the Catedral Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, in the city of (Heroica) Nogales, a municipal county seat in the Mexican state of Sonora.

Mexican Revolution

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The international trade that existed between the two cities greatly propelled the economic development of Nogales, Sonora, and the greater Northern Sonora region, but that did not prevent significant problems from forming in the area after the outbreak of the 1910 Mexican Revolution.

United States Customs Service

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On August 27, 1918, at about 4:10 pm, a gun battle erupted unintentionally when a Mexican civilian attempted to pass through the border, back to Mexico, without being interrogated at the U.S. Customs house.

United States Border Patrol

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On the Mexican side, the majority of the belligerents were angry civilians upset with the killings of Mexican border crossers by the U.S. Army along the vaguely defined border between the two cities during the previous year (the U.S. Border Patrol did not exist until 1924).

Immigration Act of 1924

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On the Mexican side, the majority of the belligerents were angry civilians upset with the killings of Mexican border crossers by the U.S. Army along the vaguely defined border between the two cities during the previous year (the U.S. Border Patrol did not exist until 1924).

Fort Huachuca

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Furthermore, an investigation by Army officials from Fort Huachuca, Arizona, could not substantiate accusations of militant German agents in the Mexican border community and instead traced the origins of the violence to the abuse of Mexican border crossers in the year prior to the Battle of Ambos Nogales.

Guaymas

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Though largely unheard of in the U.S. (and even within most of Mexico), the municipal leaders of Nogales, Sonora, successfully petitioned the Mexican Congress in 1961 to grant the Mexican border city the title of "Heroic City", leading the community's official name, Heroica Nogales, a distinction shared with the Sonoran cities of Guaymas, Caborca, and Ures, and a number of other cities in Mexico.

Caborca

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Though largely unheard of in the U.S. (and even within most of Mexico), the municipal leaders of Nogales, Sonora, successfully petitioned the Mexican Congress in 1961 to grant the Mexican border city the title of "Heroic City", leading the community's official name, Heroica Nogales, a distinction shared with the Sonoran cities of Guaymas, Caborca, and Ures, and a number of other cities in Mexico.

Ures

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Though largely unheard of in the U.S. (and even within most of Mexico), the municipal leaders of Nogales, Sonora, successfully petitioned the Mexican Congress in 1961 to grant the Mexican border city the title of "Heroic City", leading the community's official name, Heroica Nogales, a distinction shared with the Sonoran cities of Guaymas, Caborca, and Ures, and a number of other cities in Mexico.

Naco, Sonora

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General Manuel Aguirre, commanding the rebellious 64th Regiment, took power without firing a shot, causing federales from Naco to send a daily airplane to attack the rebels.

Yaqui

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It seems that the tank had been bought in 1927 for fighting the Yaquis, but U.S. officials prohibited it from leaving the U.S., and it had been kept in a warehouse in Nogales, Arizona.

Semi-arid climate

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Nogales has a semi-arid climate (Köppen: BSk) with hot summers and cool winters, often presenting freezing temperatures.

Köppen climate classification

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Nogales has a semi-arid climate (Köppen: BSk) with hot summers and cool winters, often presenting freezing temperatures.

Ciudad Obregón

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The city and the municipality both rank third in the state in population, after Hermosillo and Ciudad Obregón.