Why is it said that in a small, lost town of Chihuahua, Mexico exists the largest concentration of artists on the face of this earth?
Why are some of the contemporary works of art that are created in this little town sold for incredibly high prices on the international market?
Why are thousands ...
When we speak about Puebla we inevitably think about the imposing volcanoes that guard her, the Popocateptl and Iztaccíhuatl , the culinary delicacies that were created in this state, such as Mole Poblano, its baroque architecture, and of course, the ceramic of Talavera, that adorns practical...
Fuegos artificiales, campanas al vuelo, 12 uvas, cena en familia, vino espumoso, abrazos y música conforman el escenario de una habitual celebración de Año Nuevo en las grandes ciudades de México. Como en el resto del mundo, los mexicanos nos reunimos con nuestros seres queridos, famili...
¿Sabías Que... Did you know that ... At every construction site in the country, people celebrate Mason's Day on May third, which according to the Catholic calendar, is Holy Cross Day?
Holy Cross Day is celebrated everywhere in Mexico on May 3. Curiously, it has become the feast da...
Culture & Traditions
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El Día de los Muertos no es la versión Mexicana de Halloween. Los Mexicanos han celebrado el Día de los Muertos desde el año 1800 A.C.
No es una celebración que provoca miedo ni es mórbida. No se ponen fotos de la gente muerta, ni de fantasmas, brujas o demonios.
El Día de los Muertos no ...
The Mexican Revolution began in 1910 and ended in 1920.
The triumph of the Mexican Revolution intensified the desire for a deeper transformation of Mexico and thus the people demanded a radical change driving a social, political, and economic revolution.
From this desir...