Did you know that the Mexican Revolution was headquartered for a month in Ciudad Juarez, right on the border between Texas, New Mexico and the Mexican state of Chihuahua? Well, it was headquarted in this little adobe house, reconstructed and made into a museum with period-artifacts (not from the original house). There is a historian who works there part time who speaks (limited) English, so even if you don't speak Spanish, it is worth a visit.
The historian is only there from 10am-3pm (check the Facebook page because I think that is subject to change), so make sure to go when you can get into the house. Otherwise, the house will be closed. You can still walk around the property, but you won't get nearly as much information about the revolution.
Also, don't be afraid to ask about the current situation. The caretaker is willing to talk about what goes on in this area now, and is quite interesting to hear.
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