Coahuila is a Mexican state located in the north east part of the country, on the border with the United States. It covers an area of 151,500 square kilometers, making it the fourth largest state in Mexico. The capital city of the state is Saltillo and its population is approximately 2.6 million. Coahuila boasts a rich culture, including many traditional music, dance and culinary delights. Being situated on the border with the US, it has also been heavily influenced by its northern neighbor, bringing in its own unique Mexican-American culture. Coahuila has seen a large influx of people in recent years, as people seek out its beautiful landscapes, ample opportunities and low cost of living. Whether you’re looking for a place to relax and enjoy the outdoors, explore new cultures or just have a good time, Coahuila has something for everyone.
1) What year did Coahuila become a state?
2) What is Coahuila Mexico's largest city?
3) What is the second-largest industry in Coahuila Mexico?
4) What is the capital of Coahuila?
5) What is the official language of Coahuila?
6) The US and Mexico share what border crossing in Coahuila?
7) What is the approximate population of Coahuila?
8) What is the main religion practiced in Coahuila?
9) What is the average temperature in Coahuila?
10) What is the dominant terrain in Coahuila?
11) What is the most important natural resource in Coahuila?
12) What is the most populous city in Coahuila?
13) What is the official currency of Coahuila?
14) In what region of Mexico is Coahuila located?
15) What is the main export of Coahuila?
16) What is the predominant ethnic group in Coahuila?
17) What is the average annual rainfall in Coahuila?
18) What is the literacy rate in Coahuila?
19) What is the name of the semi-desert region in Coahuila?
20) What is the oldest city in Coahuila?
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