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WHITE SANDS DESERT 
 
600,000 years ago, an ancient gypsum sea dried up and became what is now White Sands National Monument. What looks like sugary-white sand is actually gypsum broken down in sand form. Here, in a desert so big you can see it from outer space, the endless dunes are a recreational site.

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ALAMOGORDO,
NM

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RIVERBEND HOT SPRINGS

In a tiny town located directly on the Rio Grande bordering Texas and New Mexico lies one of the richest ancient mineral hot springs in the world. Containing 36 minerals coming straight from the ground—T or C, as locals call it—has been attracting people seeking tranquility and healing water since the early 1900’s.

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TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES,
NM

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TEQUILA’S DISCOTEQUE

Madness thundery gist of dream and dross / Ring where the cave of future ring / Cherry between me and the boogeyman Nothingness / My wind-tossed head a flurry of feathers

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EL PASO,
TX

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MALICIA’S FUNHOUSE

Malicia is a born and raised Juárez artist who describes her artistic style as “bordertown pop melancholic surrealist illustration.” Growing up with the US only steps away from her house, Mexican culture and border life is a heavy influence on the melting pot of her art...

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JUÁREZ,
MX

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NI EN MORE

Over the border in Ciudad Juárez, the brand Ni En More has created a safe space for
marginalized women who have been victims of violence. For decades, Juárez has had a history of disappearing women, many of them found murdered on the outskirts of the desert.

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JUÁREZ,
MX

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YSLETA DEL SUR PUEBLO

The Tiguas are the oldest community in El Paso, and with a connection to the land spanning hundreds of years, they were able to survive in the arid Chihuahuan desert mainly because of Hueco Tanks, a set of mountain sized boulders covered in natural hollows that fill with rainwater.

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EL PASO,
TX

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LINCOLN PARK

Dating back to 1981, Lincoln Park, or more locally known as Chuco Park - El Corazon de El Paso,
is a symbol and epicenter of Chicano history located under the highway on Durazno Avenue, containing community-organized murals as well as the location of legendary low-rider shows.

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EL PASO,
TX

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CD. JUAREZ - CENTRO

The El Paso-Juárez border is a place of complex beauty, chaos, and culture. Those of us who
have grown up on both sides have stories to tell that are, quite literally, unheard of, and so specific
to the region that one has to have experienced them to understand.

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JUÁREZ,
MX

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RED SANDS

Red Sands is a local spot known for it’s unmonitored off-road gatherings, where hundreds of enthusiasts show up on the weekend with their 4x4 vehicles or even horses.

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EL PASO,
TX

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