Pimeria Alta History Museum

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Housed in the Old Nogales City Hall (dating back to 1914), the historical museum is haunted according to some. Visitors have reported hearing disembodied footsteps on the staircase, whilst others have smelt cigar smoke and quite unusually, the scent of pine resin.

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Geographic Information

136 North Grand Avenue
Nogales, AZ
United States

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31.3348778, -110.9408128
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Nogales, AZ (0.5 mi.)
Beyerville, AZ (5.3 mi.)
Kino Springs, AZ (8.0 mi.)
Rio Rico, AZ (9.7 mi.)
Tumacacori-Carmen, AZ (17.3 mi.)
Patagonia, AZ (17.8 mi.)
Tubac, AZ (20.2 mi.)
Amado, AZ (26.8 mi.)
Arivaca Junction, AZ (28.0 mi.)
Arivaca, AZ (28.4 mi.)


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