Many of Durango, Mexico’s numerous historic buildings have been converted into fascinating museums and cultural centers reflecting both colonial history and indigenous culture. The city is also known for its colorful fairs and festivals, including the Durango National Fair in July, and the Feast of Our Lady of Refuge, celebrated with fireworks, processions and regional religious dances. But Visitors to Durango also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in the surrounding mountains, rivers, lakes, forests and desert areas.

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