Lectura de Cartas Cerca de Mi Arizona

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About the Business

Card Reading Lectura de Cartas

(281) 989-9795

Main Location & Hours

22206 Highland Knolls Dr, Katy, TX 77450

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Mon 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Tue 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Wed 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Thu 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Fri 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Sat 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Sun 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM


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¿Cuánto cobran por leer las cartas en Arizona?

En promedio una lectura de cartas en persona tiene un costo entre $35 y $250. Las consultas por telefono en promedio estan $95 la lectura completa.

¿Qué día es mejor para la lectura de cartas?

El mejor dia para hacerse una lectura de cartas es los martes, y si es con relacion al amor los dias viernes. Aun asi si tienes prisa por saber que esta pasando puedes hacerla en cualquier momento en linea o por telefono, si quieres hacerla en persona hay lugares privados con previa cita para tu privacidad.

Arizona is one of the fifty states that, together with Washington D. C., make up the United States. Its capital and most populated city are Phoenix. It is located in the western region of the country, the Rocky Mountains division. It is bordered to the north by Utah, to the northeast by Colorado, to the east by New Mexico, to the south by Sonora (Mexico), and to the west by the Colorado River, which separates it from California and Nevada. With 295,000 km² it is the sixth largest state, behind Alaska, Texas, California, Montana, and New Mexico. It was the third later to be admitted to the Union, on February 14, 1912, as the 48th state, ahead of Alaska and Hawaii, the latest.

It is located in Arid America and on the Sierra Madre Occidental, and through its territory runs the Colorado River that forms the famous Grand Canyon of Colorado, to the north of the state. It is also famous for its desert landscape and its cacti.

Much of Arizona has an arid or semi-arid climate. These regions receive less than 40 centimeters of rain per year, being very hot in summer and mild in winter. However, the higher-altitude mountainous regions have a cooler, wetter climate. Most of the state is sparsely populated as Arizona’s population is concentrated in two urban centers: Phoenix, the fastest growing city in the United States, the largest city and state capital, and Tucson.

Arizona’s nickname is “the Grand Canyon State,” as the northern part of the state is home to one of the best-known natural tourist attractions in the United States and the world, the Grand Canyon. Another nickname for Arizona is “the Copper State”, which is due to the fact that it has large copper deposits, and was even the largest national producer of this mineral. To this day, copper mining is a major source of Arizona’s income.5

Thousands of years before the arrival of the first Europeans, indigenous peoples lived in the region where Arizona is located today. Today, there is still a significant population: an estimated 280,000 Indians live in Arizona,6 scattered throughout the state’s numerous Indian reservations.

Arizona was originally colonized by Spain and came under Mexican control in 1821 when Mexico gained independence from Spain. In 1848, with the end of U.S. intervention in Mexico, most of Arizona (north of the Gila River) passed into U.S. hands. President Santa Anna of Mexico sold what would become the southern part of the state at the Venta de La Mesilla in 1853. On February 14, 1912, Arizona became the last U.S. territory within the 48 contiguous states (i.e., not counting Alaska and Hawaii, which do not border any other state) to acquire statehood.7

Arizona is currently at the center of controversy since the May 2010 passage of Arizona SB1070,5 the most sweeping and stringent anti-illegal immigration law in decades. This law has received national and international attention and has provoked considerable controversy. Important representatives of the U.S. Government itself have called it “a violation of civil rights”, and “a type of apartheid” and have stated that “its application may force differentiation based on ethnicity”.





Card Reading Lectura de Cartas

Address: 22206 Highland Knolls Dr, Katy, TX 77450

Areas served:

Houston and nearby areas

Hours:  Opens 8 AM – 8 PM

Phone: (281) 989-9795

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GPS Coordinates

29° 45′ 32.285″ N – 95° 45′ 29.336″ W

Hours Business

Monday 8 AM – 8 PM

Tuesday 8 AM–8 PM

Wednesday 8 AM–8 PM

Thursday 8 AM–8 PM

Friday 8 AM–8 PM

Saturday 6 AM–8 PM

Sunday 6 AM–8 PM

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