Culture in Mexico


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Holidays in Mexico
There are several dates that are considered important in our country (either for historical reasons or as a result of marketing campaigns) and on many occasions the anniversaries Read More>>


Holidays in Mexico
January 1st celebrates New Year’s Day and is a day of obligated rest. Read More>>


Hot Air Balloons in Mexico and the International Balloon Festival
Since ancient times, man has dreamed of flying. The first efficient device for living this dream was the hot air balloon but since the Read More>>


Ignacio Manuel Altamirano, Great Mexican Literature
Ignacio Manuel Altamirano represents Mexico’s XIX century. He was born in Tixtla, Guerrero, in 1834 and died in Italy during 1893. Altamirano evoked his own origin and Read More>>


INAH
The National Anthropology and History Museum (INAH) of Mexico is a public organism dedicated to the research, preservation, protection and publication of the prehistoric, anthropologic, archeological and historical heritage of Mexico. Read More>>


Indian Languages of Mexico
The Spanish language arrived with the Spanish conquerors and is the most widespread language in Mexico, used by 99% of its citizens. Read More>>


International Obsidian Festival
Framed by the majestic remains of the Aztec culture in the sacred ceremonial city of Teotihuacan, for the past 25 years the International Obsidian Festival has been annualy celebrated. Read More>>


Jaime Sabines, One of Mexico's best Writers
Jaime Sabines; One of the most beloved in Mexican poetry, he was born on March 23, 1926 and died in 1999. He studied at the School of Medicine and Philosophy and Literature at Read More>>


Jorge Negrete
Jorge Negrete was born on November 30, 1911 in Guanajuato. The son of Colonel David Negrete and Emilia Moreno, he had five siblings. He Read More>>


José Clemente Orozco
José Clemente Orozco was born on the 23 of November 1883 in Zapotlan, currently Ciudad Guzman, in the State of Jalisco. He graduated from Read More>>


José Luis Cuevas, A Figure in Mexican Art
José Luis Cuevas was born on February 26, 1934 in Mexico City. He is a drawer, etcher, illustrator and sculptor, one of the most important Read More>>


José Vasconcelos
José María Albino Vasconcelos Calderón was born in Oaxaca on February 28, 1882. The second of nine siblings, he spent his childhood in the Read More>>


Juan José Arreola, one of the best Mexican Writers
Juan José Arreola is one of the most recognized natives of Jalisco and has a fascinating history. He was born in Zapotlán el Grande in 1918 and never received and academic Read More>>


Juan Ruiz de Alarcón, Mexican Writer
This Mexican writer and playwright is the greatest figure of Hispano-American baroque theater from the XVI and XVII centuries. It Read More>>


Juan Rulfo, Great Mexican Writer
Juan Rulfo was born on May 16, 1917. He spent his first years in the town of San Gabriel. He is one of the most respected and significant Read More>>


La Guelaguetza, Cultural Traditions in Oaxaca
The Guelaguetza is a celebration that takes place in the city of Oaxaca de Juarez, capital of the State of Oaxaca. This celebration Read More>>


Lorena Ochoa, The great Mexican Golfer
Until recently, there was a great segmentation in the sports world; sporting activities were dominated by a specific gender, like Golf. Read More>>


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