Why do people go to Teotihuacan and Chichen Itza ruins in Mexico for the Spring Equinox?

Puerto Vallarta (PVDN) – Every year, two of the main archaeological zones in Mexico draw thousands of people from all over the world who gather...
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International Indigenous Language Day: ​​Surviving languages in Mexico against all odds

Puerto Vallarta (PVDN) – In Mexico, 7,364,645 people speak an indigenous language, which represents 6% of the total population to date. The most widely spoken...
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Dog owners tout Xolos’ loyalty and sacred underworld history

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mezcal is not your ordinary pet. Hundreds of years ago the Latin American Indigenous group, the Nahuas, believed that a hairless...
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Broken baby Jesus statues flood restorers ahead of feast day

MEXICO CITY (AP) — It is Maximinio Vertiz’ busy season. Dozens of beloved but worn and broken baby Jesus figurines will pass through this 49-year-old...
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Día de la Candelaria: Why do Mexicans eat Tamales on February 2?

Those who found the baby Jesus doll in their piece of Rosca de Reyes on Three Kings Day (Día de Reyes)are by tradition obligated to...
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Christmas in Puerto Vallarta: The traditions and festivities of Christmas in Mexico

Christmas in Puerto Vallarta has a wide variety of traditions and customs, among which can be noted at various family parties such as Posadas and...
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Devotion to Virgin Mary draws millions to Mexico City shrine

MEXICO CITY (AP) — It is one of the world’s most visited and beloved religious venues – the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, with...
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The Mayan Train could affect the rights of indigenous peoples in Mexico, experts warn

The Mayan Train, a government megaproject with private participation seeks to promote development and tourism in five states in the southeast of the country. Human...
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Aztec dig in Mexico sets new records as royal mystery deepens

MEXICO CITY, Nov 24 (Reuters) – An extensive cache of Aztec ritual offerings found underneath downtown Mexico City, off the steps of what would have...
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Mexico celebrates life with Day of the Dead

MEXICO CITY (AP) — During the Day of the Dead celebrations that take place in late October and early November in Mexico, the living remember...
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What you need to make your own traditional Mexican Day of the Dead Altar

In Mexico, November 1 and 2 have become days of party and celebration. It is believed that during these dates, the dead have permission to...
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Puerto Vallarta plans to break the world record for “the largest catrina in the world” this Día de Muertos

Next week, Puerto Vallarta plans to erect the largest catrina in the world, measuring 25 meters, on the Malecon as part of the Day of...
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