Hospitals in Orizaba

The city’s population is cared at public medical centers as the Mexican Red Cross, clinics managed by the Ministry of Health and centers affiliated to IMSS and ISSSTE. Additionally, the city has a PEMEX hospital

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The Worst Earthquakes in Mexico
Since we are located in a great seismic zone of the world (the San Andrés Fault in Baja California, Mexico´s location in the fire belt of the pacific and the country´s distribution among


Earthquakes in Mexico, The Worst Earthquakes
The earthquake of Veracruz of 1973, also known as the Orizaba Earthquake, has been the worst earthquake to ever occur in Veracruz.


Mountain Climbing and Mexico's Highest Mountains
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Benito Juárez
After the War of Independence many factors came into play as obstacles for reaching Mexico’s political and economic stability for decades.


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5th of February, Commemoration of the Constitution’s Promulgation

The 1917 Constitution is the result of a long historical process that started even before the Mexican Revolution. The Political
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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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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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The Most Important Natural Disasters Occurred in Mexico

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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Miguel Hidalgo, Mexican Independence

Miguel Hidalgo is one of the most recognized characters in the movement for Mexico’s Independence. His full name was Miguel Gregorio
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