Culiacán

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Culiacán

 

a city in northwestern Mexico; the capital of the state of Sinaloa. Population, 359,000 (1970, including suburbs); transportation junction. It is the center of an important region of irrigation farming (cotton and wheat) and subtropical fruit-growing. Culiacán’s most important industry is food processing.

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