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Welcome to Ojinaga, Mexico!


Ojinaga, Mexico

Population

Ojinaga is a very small farming community of only 50,000 people. Growth is low and stabile, reflecting its remote location and agrarian composition. Presidío, Texas, sister city to Ojinaga, has 4,500 inhabitants.

State Description

Chihuahua, one of the riches and largest states in Mexico, shares a 350 mile long border with Texas, bounded by the Rio Bravo del Northe, which is the Rio Grande River. The main portion of the state consists of a high desert plateau lying from between 4,000 and 4,800 feet above sea level. In the west are the Sierra Madre Occidental, slashed by deep gorges. The state has traditionally been one of agriculture and ranching. With the explosive growth of the maquiladora industry, the State of Chihuahua has become increasingly industrial, particularly the cities of Juarez and its Capital, Ciudad Chihuahua.

Geography

Ojinaga sits on a grassland and rolling terrain near the banks of the Rio Grande River. The climate is hot and humid almost the entire year. The region experiences heavy rains at times, and is affected by the Gulf streams and the hurricane season in South Texas.

Proximity to US cities

Once across the international bridge into Presidío, Texas: 136 miles to Cd. Chihuahua, and 244 miles to El Paso, Texas.


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