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Cu·lia·cán

 (ko͞ol′yə-kän′)
A city of western Mexico west-northwest of Durango on the Culiacán River, about 280 km (175 mi) long. The city was founded in 1531 and figured prominently as a departure point for early Spanish expeditions to the north.

Culiacán

(Spanish kuljaˈkan)
n
(Placename) a city in NW Mexico, capital of Sinaloa state. Pop: 799 000 (2005 est)

Cu•lia•cán

(ˌku lyɑˈkɑn)

n.
the capital of Sinaloa state, in NW Mexico. 415,046.
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Su sueno de llevarla a la sinfonica se hizo realidad gracias al estadounidense Gordon Campbell, radicado en Culiacan, con un concierto considerado imposible, donde incorporo al repertorio de la Orquesta Sinaloa de las Artes no solo polcas y danzonetes sinaloenses centenarios sino los instrumentos de viento llevados por los bavaros Jorge y Enrique Melchers y Celso Fuhrken al Mazatlan del siglo XIX.
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