Palau is a town in the Mexican territory of Coahuila.
It is situated on the eastern limit of the Chihuahuan Betray, in the region of Múzquiz.
Temperatures in the late spring can without much of a stretch reach 45 degrees Celsius and the winters are mellow however wet.
The fundamental business is coal mining.
At the point when an Austrian architect found this vitality wealth in the late nineteenth century, the northern part of Coahuila immediately changed from a meagerly populated district of steers farmers to a modern powerhouse.
A large number of Japanese migrants came looking for work, some of their descendents, with Japanese surnames, are still here.