The border crossing between Piedras Negras and Eagle Pass, Texas, is a major commercial route. Piedras Negras is not an attractive city and not somewhere you’ll want to linger long, but some of the historic buildings around the plaza principal, just over the Puente Internacional No 1, have been spruced up and you’ll find plenty of Mexican leather goods, ceramics and crafts for sale in the Zaragoza Market just south...
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