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  • Cinco de Mayo

    The battle of Puebla, better known as the battle of Cinco de Mayo, is a ceremonial and historical holiday in Mexico. Basically, it is a strong reminder that once upon a time in 1862, the Mexican army, vastly outnumbered by the enemy, defeated an apparently stronger French army.
  • Lucha Libre Masks

    Mexican wrestling and masks as a symbol of identity and mystery Around Mexican wrestling or Lucha Libre, there are so many myths and urban legends ...
  • Dia de los Muertos

    Día de los Muertos in México: what does it mean for most people? The “Day of the Dead” or Día de los Muertos in México, is arguably the most releva...
  • 5 Fascinating Facts About Mexican Rag Dolls

    One of the most recognizable Mexican culture symbols is actually quite endearing. We are talking about Mexican rag dolls, a pretty affordable toy t...
  • 5 Facts About Mexican Embroidery

    It’s hard to think of Mexican embroidery without lots and lots of plants and flowers representing hope and love. For centuries, these elements are a way to connect people to their origins in a very colorful way.