The road that runs along a small mountain just north of downtown El Paso provides scenic views has the appropriate name of ‘Scenic Drive’.
From here you can easily see most of El Paso, and across the border to Juarez.
The houses on top of the hill appear to be the most expensive in town.
The overlooks provide a panoramic view of downtown El Paso, as well as the mountains behind Juarez.
The Manhattan Heights neighborhood below is accented by a large collection of cypress trees rising above.
A close up of the neighborhoods on both sides of the border.
This giant red X is a sculpture in Juarez that is (according to most) intended to symbolize the combination of Spanish and Native cultures.
With the glass eye in the center it also is thought to represent the Aztec symbol Nahui Ollen, for balance in the universe.
So much for balance.
Meanwhile back up on the hill is this large home with their own Statue of Liberty, visible from the border. You can’t get close enough to see if it has the famed inscription on it.