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ⓘ Alamillo, New Mexico




Alamillo, New Mexico
                                     

ⓘ Alamillo, New Mexico

Alamillo is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Socorro County, New Mexico, United States. Its population was 102 as of the 2010 census. Interstate 25 passes through the community.

                                     
  • Bay, California, United States Puente de la Unidad, Monterrey, Mexico Puente del Alamillo Seville, Spain Assut de l Or Bridge, Valencia, Spain Samuel
  • military educational institution in Mexico It was founded in 1823 and located in the former Palace of the Inquisition in Mexico City. Initially designated as
  • is hard to be sure. This is the list of some of his known wives: Paula Alamillo they were married in Torreon and had a daughter named Evangelina. Maria
  • Spain 1984 87 Lusitania Bridge, Merida, Spain 1988 - 91 Puente del Alamillo Expo 92, Seville, Spain 1992 As soon as Calatrava completed his doctorate
  • Nuevo Leon is a state in Northeast Mexico that is divided into 51 municipalities. Municipalities in Nuevo Leon are administratively autonomous of the state
  • Montabliz Viaduct Alcantara Bridge Pasarela del Voluntariado Puente del Alamillo Seville Puente Euskalduna Vizcaya Bridge, the oldest transporter bridge
  • Fort New York Times, June 13, 1913 Record of Current Events The American Monthly Review of Reviews July 1913 pp. 36 - 39 Anca Alamillo Alejandro
  • perspective. Taylor Francis. p. 98. ISBN 0415919878. Retrieved July 22, 2015. Alamillo Jose M. 2006 0252073258. University of Illinois Press. p. 1. ISBN 0252073258
  • new terminal building designed by the architect Rafael Moneo, and various other improvements were made. The monumental Puente del Alamillo Alamillo Bridge
  • of Manila Bay archived from the original on 2009 - 10 - 26 Alejandro Anca Alamillo Investigador Naval, Batalla de Cavite 1 de mayo de 1898 in Spanish
  • Bibliography Washington, D.C.: GPO, 2000 132 137. Alamillo Jose Manuel. 2000. Bitter - sweet communities: Mexican workers and citrus growers on the California

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