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Frida and her Parrot ©Inside Mexico

Frida Kahlo Viva la Vida

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "ca-pub-4324139569296680", enable_page_level_ads: true }); For Frida, her paintings were not a representation of dreams but a way to cope with the reality of life. She told her story from her own point of vi... Read More

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Alebrijes: Oaxacan Wood Carvings

The artistic process and techniques used in the creation of these captivating  wooden Alebrijes. Alebrijes are carved wooden figures created by Oaxacan artisans. They have become so popular that even the world’s most respected Spanish language authority, the La Real Academia de la Lengua Esp... Read More

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Las Madres en la Epoca Pre-hispanica

Considerada la fuerza constructora, educadora y base de su sociedad, la madre en el mundo prehispánico jugó un papel determinante, como se puede observar a través del gran número de representaciones de diosas mesoamericanas. Desde la época prehispánica, la madre ha jugado un papel dete... Read More

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La Molienda by Diego Rivera

Las Tortillas

The Essential Element of Mexican Cuisine Tortillas are the quintessential staple food of the Mexican diet and cuisine. A flatbread as well as an instrument to eat, the tortilla is now popular all around the world. Tacos, tostadas, chips, quesadillas, enchiladas and burritos wouldn't exist wit... Read More

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Aztec Fun & Games

Dawn dyes the contour of the mountains red. A perfumed, warm breeze dominates the air. Dew slides through the branches of trees and the petals of countless flowers. Far away, the ancestral sound of a sea snail’s conch is heard. That is how the Aztec Empire awoke. The Aztecs worked hard to build... Read More

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Periodicos Noticias

Mexican Newspapers Periodicos de Mexico

The first newspaper to be published in what is now Mexico was the Gaceta de Mexico y Noticias de la Nueva España in 1772 during the Spanish Colonial era.  Today there are more than 20 nationwide newspapers and countless local papers. Following is a list with links to the most important publi... Read More
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