Art in Mexico

Art in Mexico

Mexico is very rich in ancient finds. Different groups of people created their distinctive style. In the following, developments in the art of the folk groups will be illuminated in chronological order. Archaic style or cultural tradition 1500-100 BCE. By this designation is meant the oldest preserved results of the artistic ability of the resident […]

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Architecture in Mexico

Pre-Columbian time The pre-Columbian architecture in Mexico is part of a Mesoamerican cultural area that stretched from Rio Panuco – Rio Lerma – Rio Sinalo in Mexico in the north to Rio Ulua in Honduras and Rio Jiboia in El Salvador in the south, which encompasses much of today’s Mexico.. Mesoamerican culture was characterized by […]

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Mexican food

Mexican Food

Mexico is a great country with a long history and one of the world’s oldest civilizations. The country is elongated and has a great variety of climates. It encompasses everything from high mountains, volcanoes and desert, to Caribbean beaches and tropical rainforests. In the country both cereals such as corn, wheat, many kinds of vegetables […]

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Movies in Mexico

Movies in Mexico

The first public film screening in Mexico took place on April 14, 1896, and production of topical films began the same year. Salvador Toscano Barragan made a short fiction film as early as 1899, and did a lot of documentary over the next 20 years. His daughter Carmen Toscano de Moreno later produced the documentary […]

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Mexico Old History

Mexico Old History

Mexico is said to have been explored in the 5th century by Hoein Scin, a Chinese Buddhist priest. Archaeological discoveries would confirm this belief. The structure and decoration of the ancient temples of Palenque and Mitla, the many statues of divinities and priests that came to light, the miniatures of certain manuscripts and even some […]

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Mexico

Mexico

Mexico is a federal republic in southern North America. Mexico borders north to the United States, east to the Gulf of Mexico, southeast to the Caribbean, south to Belize and Guatemala, and southwest and west to the Pacific. Mexico also includes several small island groups, including the uninhabited Islas Revilla Gigedo (830 km²), Islas Tres […]

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Plant Life and Wildlife in Mexico

Plant life in Mexico Mexico’s flora is rich in endemic plants, ie plants found only in one area. In the driest areas there is desert vegetation with many succulents. Here you will find cactus species, palm lilies (Yucca), agave species and the strange plants ocotillo, Fouqieria splendens and boojum trees, Idria columnaris. In salt-rich desert […]

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