Monumento a Benito Juárez (Author: lordsutch), Nuevo Laredo

Monumento a Benito Juárez (Author: lordsutch)

Monumento a Benito Juárez (Author: lordsutch)

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Boating in Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit
This route takes us through the coasts of the states of Jalisco and Nayarit, place of one of the most popular Mexican beach destinations: Puerto Vallarta and another beach, less visited

Traditional Mexican Dishes
Mexican cuisine, worldwide famous and recently declared Intangible World Heritage by UNESCO, has indigenous and European influences. Some of the most important are of Spanish,

The Beltrán Brothers Cartel
An offshoot of the Sinaloa Cartel, this criminal organization was created in 2008 by the Beltrán Leyva brothers (Carlos, Héctor, Marcos Arturo and Mario Alberto). Even though in his origins it

The Celebration of the Bicentennial Anniversary of the Independence of Mexico
During 2010 we celebrate in México 200 years of Independence and 100 years of the Mexican Revolution. For this reason the federal, state and local governments

Visiting Monterrey
Contrary to what many people might think, la Sultana del Norte is not only a warm climate, industrial and commercial city, but is one of the country´s three greatest cities and has a past rich in history

Vineyards in Mexico
Do you want to go on vacation to a place where you can find parties, food, dance, wine and vineyards? Let me tell you about certain places

Carlos Monsiváis, The Mexican Critical Consciousness
Carlos Monsiváis was born in Mexico City on May 4, 1938 and he was a great writer, essayist, and chronicler of the daily life in Mexico.

Mexico's 10 most beautiful caves
A heavenly show is exhibited when the waterfall gets hit by sunlight, creating a breathtaking rainbow surrounded by the exuberant flora that covers its walls.

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The War of Reform, History of Mexico

Mexico’s War of Reform, also known as the Three Year War, occurred from December 17, 1857 to January 1, 1861. This armed conflict
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Day of the Dead Celebration in Pátzcuaro, Michoacán

The Day of the Dead in Mexico originated in the prehispanic era, ethnic groups such as the Mexicas, Mayas, Purépechas, Nahuas and
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The Worst Natural Disasters in Mexico during the last decades.

Climatic change is currently a recurrent topic. The phenomenon is the result of centuries of human activity, mainly the transformation and
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The Great Mexican Painters

Mexican visual arts have been very fortunate and prolific, from the start of the 20th century painters, sculptors and even photographers, had the skill to interpret political,
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The Cristero War

The Cristero War is also known as Cristiada. It was an armed struggle between the Government and the Church from 1926 to 1929. If was fought
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