15 Things That Make Mexico a Country with a Rich Culture
Currently, there are over 150 different indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, and the country is currently home to over 6 million speakers of those languages. 2. You can also thank Mexico for corn and chilies Two much-loved ingredients come from Mexico.
Thinking of Seeing Mexico? Here Are 10 Must-See Places
Puebla The city of Puebla was founded in 1531 and has grown to become Mexico's fifth-largest city in the time since. Home to no less than 2 million inhabitants, the city lies in a strategic location between Veracruz and the Mexican capital, Mexico City.
Do You Want to Travel to Another Planet? Go to New Mexico!
Located in San Juan County, in the north of New Mexico, USA, lie the Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah and Bitzi/De-Na-Zin Wilderness areas. Anyone stepping into this land will feel as if they’ve landed on the set of a sci-fi film.
WATCH: The Cielito Lindo Is Utterly Beautiful to Listen to
Cielito Lindo is part and parcel of the repertoire of many an important folkloric figure in Mexico. It's usually sung with the singer accompanied by a mariachi band.
These Shocking Photos Prove How Unjust Our World Can Be...
Mexico - The inequality that is rife within Mexico City [related_articles] 4. Mexico - The stark difference between Mexico City's housing solutions. 5. Nairobi - There is practically nothing separating Kibera's slums from this golf course. 6. India - Keeping the castes separate in Mumbai. 7.
This Joke Begins With 2 Guys Bungee Jumping...
"You know, we could make a lot of money running our own bungee-jumping service in Mexico." The second guy thinks this is a great idea, so the two pool their money and buy everything they’ll need – a tower, an elastic cord, insurance, etc. They travel to Mexico and begin to set up on the square.
Frida Kahlo's Paintings Blended Mexican Culture With Art
Inspired by the natural landscapes, the society, and the history of Mexico, her pieces were usually portraits and in the realms of naive folk art. These are some of her truly amazing works of art , that played a major role in the development of surrealist and magic realist art. 1.
These Two Idiots Are Divulging Their Secrets (Funny Joke)
Jose shows Carlos his sign - it reads: "I only need another $10 to move back to Mexico" Scroll below for more funny jokes! This Guy's Got His Panhandling Strategy Sorted funny, hilarious, joke, humor, mexico, panhandler, Mercedes, broke Two panhandlers are discussing how they make their money.
25 Places in South America I Must Visit...
14) Atacama Desert, Chile 15) Green Lagoon, Bolivia 16) Baños, Ecuador 17) Ouro Preto, Brazil 18) Galapagos Island, Ecuador 19) Cartagena, Colombia 20) Ica Desert, Peru 21) Fernando de Noronha, Brazil 22) Jericoacoara, Brazil 23) Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia 24) Bayahibe, Dominican Republic 25) Holbox, Mexico
Unbelievable Sight: The Crystal Cave
Cueva de los Cristales (Cave of the Crystals) is a cave of the Naica Mine in Chihuahua, Mexico. The chamber contains giant selenite crystals, some of the largest natural crystals ever found. The cave's largest crystal is 11 m (36 ft) in length, 4 m (13 ft) in diameter and 55 tons in weight.
Some of the World's Great Cities Had Humble Beginnings...
Mexico City Mexico City was once the seat of the mighty Aztec Empire, and was called Tenochtitlan. It was first founded in 1325. Spanish conquistador, Hernan Cortes, conquered it in 1521. After that point in history, the city was renamed Mexico City.
If You Like Mayan Culture You Absolutely Must Visit Cancun
Mexico is filled with a plethora of unique cities, towns, and villages that have their own individual spirit and stories.
3 Delicious Easter Dessert Recipes From Around the World
Content Sources: Malta.com , Food.com , Myrecipes.com Delicious Easter Dessert Recipes recipe, food and drinks, russia, mexico, delicious, Easter, desserts, Malta If you want defy convention this Easter and try making a completely different dessert to the usual, see if these three delicious recipes
Magical Places: Come Visit Acapulco!
Acapulco is a city, municipality and major sea port in the state of Guerrero on the Pacific coast of Mexico, 300 kilometres (190 miles) southwest from Mexico City. Acapulco is located on a deep, semi-circular bay and has been a port since the early colonial period of Mexico's history.
Stunning Moments of Animal Migration That Left Me in Awe...
1) Pronghorns Galloping Through the Snowy Canadian Mountains source 2) A 3D Portrait of Devil Rays in Baja, Mexico source 3) Sharks Congregating in the Waters of Fakarava source 4) Sandpipers Flocking Together in Canada source 5) A Large Group of White Pelicans Migrating in Mississippi source 6) Sparrows
Check Out 20 of the Strangest Buildings Ever Constructed
Nautilus House, Mexico City, Mexico Source 12. The National Library, Minsk, Belarus Source 13. Conch Shell House, Isla Mujeres, Mexico Source 14. House Attack, Vienna, Austria Source 15. Ideal Palace, France Source 16. Church of Hallgrimur, Reykjavik, Iceland Source 17.
The Strange World of Succulents in 21 Photos
Echeveria Barbillion Origin: Mexico 4. Mermaid Tail Succulent Senecio vitalis Origin: South Africa Image Source: Instagram 5. Stapelia erectiflora Origin: South-Eastern Africa Image Source: Instagram 6. Wine Cup Crassula Umbella Origin : South Africa Image Source: Instagram 7.
View Over 1000 Works of Art by Georgia O’Keeffe From Home!
This week, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico has joined this list. Related Article: Georgia O’Keeffe - An American Art Pioneer Georgia O’Keefe is largely considered one of the most influential American artists of the 20th century.
The Stunning Winners of the Aerial Photography Competition
Click on the photos to see them in full size The island and town of Mont Saint-Michel, France Winner of Nature Category: Swimming with sharks near the shore of French Polinesia Second place overall: The night lights of Plovdiv, Bulgaria Jumping into the water at the beach of Sinaloa, Mexico Contest Winner
Around the World in 100 Years: Can You Spot the Changes?
Palace of Fine Arts, Mexico City (By SMU Central University Libraries, Wikimedia Commons and By Xavier Quetzalcoatl Contreras Castillo, Wikimedia Commons ) 3. The Great Wall of China (By Herbert Ponting, Wikimedia Commons and Pikist ) 4.
These Amazing Stuntmen Turn The Sky Into Their Playground...
The Balloon Fiesta is a beautiful hot air balloon festival held annually in the US state of New Mexico. It has been running for no less than 30 years, and attracts an exceptionally broad range of balloons each year.
15 Ways Nature Can Surprise You!
Natural springs, underground, in Mexico A huge crystal cave, Mexico The unnaturally shimmering shores of Vaadhoo in the Maldives. The highly reflective surfaces of the Bolivian salt flats. Light pillars over Moscow. A fountain producing salt water off the coast of Oregon.
Stunning Photos From the First Drone Photography Competition
www.dronestagr.am Taha'a, French Polynesia www.dronestagr.am Athens, Greece www.dronestagr.am Sydney, Australia www.dronestagr.am Sanary Sur Mer, France www.dronestagr.am Coral Garden, French Polynesia www.dronestagr.am Culion, Philippines www.dronestagr.am Faanui, French Polynesia www.dronestagr.am Todos Santos, Mexico
Looking Down From a Bird's Eye, These Cities Are Stunning...
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Mexico City, Mexico Bern, Switzerland Capetown, South Africa Chicago Skyline, U.S.A Vancouver, Canada Amsterdam, The Netherlands Venice, Italy Tokyo, Japan Sydney, Australia Miami, USA London, United Kingdom Las Vegas, USA Istanbul, Turkey Hong Kong, China Male, Maldives Athens