A couple of miles off the main road to Álamos, tiny Aduana was once the site of one of the richest mines in the district. The tiny village is barely more than a church on the humblest of plazas, a country store and two local handicrafts cooperatives, and an abandoned silver mine on a hill. But it's worth a visit for a meal at Sonora's best restaurant.
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