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Álamos’ parish church is the tallest building in town...
Weekend visits to the new Delfinario Sonora include sea-lion and dolphin shows and, for extra charges, a close-up sea-lion experience (M$150) or swimming with dolphins (M$400 to M$1000)...
Álamos’ deliciously ancient cemetery is a fascinating jumble of above-ground tombs, elaborate headstones made of pastel-hued crosses and angel statues, and tall palm trees...
Parque Sinaloa occupies part of the former estate of Benjamin Johnston, the American who founded the sugar mill around which Los Mochis grew up in the early 20th century...
The whitewashed Parroquia del Sagrado Corazón , a small church with a graceful tower, stands sentinel near the pleasant, quiet and shady central Plazuela 27 de Septiembre .
The Palacio de Gobierno , completed in 1906, features an airy, neo-Moorish courtyard with colorful, dramatic murals depicting the history of Sonora.
You might find a worthwhile historical exhibition in the Casa del Centenario .
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