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January 3, 2018
The popular tradition of the Day of Kings is a vital part of the Christmas and New Year celebrations in Mexico. Its origin is linked to the birth and adoration of the Christ Child, argue specialists Marta Turok, Cecilia Jurado and Lucina Jiménez. Legend has it that when Jesus was born in Bethlehem, in the...
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Mexican archaeologists say they have excavated a stone sanctuary in a pond on the side of a volcano east of Mexico City that may have been built as a miniature model of the universe. The National Institute of Anthropology and History says the remnants of the stone “tetzacualco” were in the center of a natural...
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Mexico City residents should be free to grow marijuana for personal use, a mayoral hopeful told Reuters on Wednesday, arguing that one of the world’s largest cities should lead the charge to end prohibition in a country riven by drug violence. The proposal would bring Mexico City in line with a global trend toward legalizing...
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The Riviera Nayarit started out the year at full sail with the 13th annual Vallarta Cup Race Series organized by the Vallarta Yacht Club (VYC) in Nuevo Vallarta, taking place in Banderas Bay in January. The Vallarta Cup Race Series is a series of races run by about 30 sailboats each day, marking the start...
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