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Juárez mission and cathedral. In 1659, as Spanish explorers sought a route through the southern Rocky Mountains, the Franciscan Friar García de San Francisco founded Ciudad Juárez as Paso del Norte ("North Pass"). The Misión de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe became the first permanent Spanish development in the area.What does Juarez stand for?
Juárez, also called Ciudad Juárez, city, northern Chihuahua estado (state), northern Mexico. It is located on the Rio Grande (Río Bravo del Norte) opposite El Paso, Texas, U.S., with which it is connected by bridges. Formerly known as El Paso del Norte, it was renamed in 1888 for the Mexican president Benito Juárez,...What is Casa de Juarez known for?
The Masa residence in Oaxaca City where Juárez worked as a youth is now known as Casa de Juárez and preserved as a museum. Juárez was born in an adobe house in San Pablo Guelatao, Oaxaca, located in the mountain range since named for him and now known as the Sierra Juárez. His parents, Brígida García and Marcelino Juárez, were Zapotec peasants.Why is Juarez so important to Mexico?
For much of the 20th century, workers from other parts of Mexico were attracted to the city by its relatively high wages and its proximity to the U.S. border. Juárez is the northern terminus of the National Railways of Mexico. The city is also a commercial and service centre for a heavily irrigated cotton-producing hinterland.