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Octavio Paz: Poemas (poems Of Octavio Paz)

Octavio Paz, a Nobel Prize winning Poet, writer and diplomat, remains a beloved figure in Mexican literary culture since his death in 1989. A...

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Cuernavaca

Cuernavaca is a municipality, city, and the capital of the Mexican state of Morelos, located 85 km (53 miles) south of Mexico City and 290 km (180...

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Parque Nacional Montebello

Wandering through the grassy ruins of Chinkultik, through ancient plazas with temple mounds, one comes to a small creek meandering through dense...

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Aventuras Sobre Rieles

Not too far from where Pancho Villa led his 1916 attack on Columbus, New Mexico, a new revolution is now brewing in the Chihuahua desert of...

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Bahia de Solimán

Bahia de Solimán

Somewhere between Tulum and Playa del Carmen, there’s a quiet cove that’s perfect for chillin.’ Bahía de Solimán is a calm inlet set off...

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Boquillas

Along the bottom crook of Texas’s winding southern border, across from 1,282 square miles (3,320 square km) of protected land in the Chihuahua...

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Zinacantán

Zinacantán

On Sunday market days in San Lorenzo Zinacantán, the plaza beside hulking San Lorenzo church fills with enterprising local women, many wearing...

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Ocosingo

Ocosingo

Most travelers alight in Ocosingo only because it is the gateway to the magnificently underdeveloped Mayan ruins at nearby Toniná. Ocosingo is...

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Toniná

Toniná

Far out in the lush green countryside of southern Mexico, surrounded by trees, fields, cows and chickens, the Mayan ruins of Toniná are tiny...

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Tepoztlán

Snugly fit in the midst of a luscious valley in the Mexican state of Morelos is a pueblo called Tepoztlán, meaning a “town full of copper.”...

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Morelia

Morelia

Halfway between Mexico City and Guadalajara, medium-sized Morelia had a different name -- Valladolid -- when it was founded in 1541. Settled by...

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Football in Mexico

Football (fútbol) has been particularly important to the entire country of Mexico, significantly more so than any other sport. Going to a...

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Tlatelolco Square Massacre

Tlatelolco Square Massacre

Nearly 450 years after the invading Spanish and their indigenous allies slaughtered the remaining vestiges of the Aztec resistance, history...

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North Of The Center, Mexico City, Mexico
Copper Canyon

Copper Canyon

Immense, inspirational and rugged, the Copper Canyons in northern Mexico are as wild as they are lively. Lakes, rivers, springs, waterfalls, rock...

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Álamos

According to local legend, the city of Álamos was once so prosperous due to the silver mines that the daughter of a wealthy silver baron, on her...

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