Mexico has a rich and diverse history steeped in ancient tribal culture, colonization and political rebellions. As our southern neighbor, we have many connections with this nation. And, despite the complex border issues between the countries, the U.S. and Mexico depend on each other to maintain and support their important relationship.
Mexico is also home to an array of travel destinations, filled with adventure and nature. From the Mayan temples of the Yucatan, to beaches of Cancun and wildlife reserves near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is a fascinating place to visit and study.
Discover the dynamic relics of the advanced ancient civilizations who lived in present day Mexico and learn more about this fun place to travel.
When you think of vibrant colors, cuisines dominated by chill peppers and avocados, and top beach destinations that won’t break your wallet, Mexico may come to mind. A country steeped in rich ancient history, Mexico’s culture is a fusion of the old and the new, a blend of indigenous and Western customs, and a reminder that one country can indeed have it all.
With the arrival of the Spanish came the introduction of their language. Currently it is the dominant language in Mexico, though most residents are bilingual, speaking Spanish in addition to their native languages. Yet, the government recognizes 68 indigenous languages as official national languages.
Religion is another aspect of Mexico’s culture that is heavily influenced by the Spanish. With 82.7 percent of the population belonging to the Roman Catholic sector, Christianity is the prominent religion. But other regions shouldn’t be discounted, for immigration has brought the appearance of Islam and Buddhism, though their existence is small and limited.
three beef tacos with cheese, lettuce and tomatoes
Now, what is Mexican culture without mentioning its food? Mexican cuisine contains various basics: corn, tomatoes, chill peppers, avocados, and beans, which create some of the foods that famously hail from the country. For example, tacos, empanadas and poblanos. But long gone are the days of the Aztecs’s main meats, turkey and dog. The West introduced eating from domesticated animals, such as pork, chicken, beef, goat and sheep, and introduced cheese. Such influence, coupled with existing native foods, led to UNESCO recognizing Mexico’s cuisine as an Intangible Culture Heritage of Humanity in 2010.
Tom takes you behind the scenes of his trip to Mexico — scroll through the slideshow below to see what he and Demetrius experienced.
this was easy
love mexico go mexico!!!!
The celebrat a special holiday it’s called the day of the dead.its about people how care or love the ones who died.
The celebrat a special holiday it’s called dia the los murdos ,the day of the dead.it is about celebriting the ones the loved.
Wow this is really cool
I think Mexico is a wonderful place. Go Mexico