31. 12. 2012

Mexico Celebrates Guadalupe-Reyes Marathon

Guadalupe-Reyes is a marathon of holidays celebrated in Mexico from December through January. The holidays consist of families spending time with one another and eating delicious food. Markets are packed with eager shoppers, piñatas...

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01. 11. 2012
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The Vibrant State of Oaxaca Celebrates “Day of the Dead”

Oaxaca, one of Mexico’s most vibrant states, is located in southwestern Mexico and is best known for its indigenous cultures. The Central Valley of Oaxaca is well known for its archaeological sites, culture...

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29. 10. 2012

Mexico creates Tomas Segovia Prize to honour literary translations

The Tomas Segovia award is the newest Mexican literary prize to be created by Conaculta, the National Culture and Arts Council of Mexico. The prize recognises translations that “bring the Hispanic literary tradition...

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29. 08. 2012

London MexFest 2012

On August 17-19, a slice of Mexico was delivered to London. MexFest featured a sample of the most exciting things happening in the art culture of Mexico. Featured at the London festival was...

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23. 08. 2012
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Taco trucks of San Felipe named one of the 101 best places to eat worldwide

The tacos of San Felipe, a town on the coast of Baja California in Mexico, are getting global recognition. Earlier this month, the Daily Beast published the Newsweek article “Top Chefs Choose 101...

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21. 08. 2012

Unique Mexico

Just for a moment, forget your image of Mexico. Close your eyes and imagine past the shimmering shores, the deep blue waters and white sand beaches. Look deeper. Start to envision culture and...

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21. 08. 2012

Pueblos Magicos: Explore the Beauty and Culture of Valle de Bravo

It is no secret that I love visiting the small, traditional towns throughout Mexico and that I am lucky enough to have the opportunity to tell about it. When first starting my quest...

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21. 08. 2012

Five Reasons to Visit Mexico City

The first time I landed in Mexico City, I really didn’t know what to expect. I accepted a position to work in one of the biggest cities in the world and was excited...

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18. 08. 2012

“Shaq” Welcomed with Traditional Mariachi Band on His Visit to Monterrey

Former NBA basketball star Shaquille O’Neal recently visited Monterrey, Mexico to attend a social project. Upon his arrival, he was warmly welcomed by a traditional Mexican mariachi band. On his Twitter account, he...

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17. 08. 2012

Exploring Mexico: Off the Beaten Path

So you’re a regular visitor to Mexico, and you’ve already been to most of the spots on the top of most tourists’ lists: Cancun, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico City, Mazatlán, etc.—the usual...

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