Patagonia Market

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A bell rings when no living human is around to ring it. Things move around without explanation and occasionally entire shelves crash to the floor. No one knows who haunts the store, but employees are convinced that someone does!

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Geographic Information

Address:
292 Naugle Ave
Patagonia, AZ 85624
United States

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GPS:
31.5412702, -110.75305459999998
County:
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Patagonia, AZ (0.2 mi.)
Sonoita, AZ (11.1 mi.)
Kino Springs, AZ (12.8 mi.)
Beyerville, AZ (12.8 mi.)
Rio Rico, AZ (14.0 mi.)
Elgin, AZ (15.7 mi.)
Nogales, AZ (17.5 mi.)
Tumacacori-Carmen, AZ (17.5 mi.)
Tubac, AZ (17.9 mi.)
Amado, AZ (21.6 mi.)

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