Nina Purepecha -  Mexico - A Little Child of The Purépecha (endonym P'urhépecha [pʰuˈɽepet͡ʃa]   an indigenous people centered in the northwestern region of the Mexican state of Michoacán, principally in the area of the cities of Cherán and Pátzcuaro.

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Niña Purépecha - México - A Little Child of The Purépecha (endonym P'urhépecha [pʰuˈɽepet͡ʃa] an indigenous people centered in the northwestern region of the Mexican state of Michoacán, principally in the area of the cities of Cherán and Pátzcuaro.

This is a form of art. It shows the unique ways that they dress and spiritual ways. They have a  festival every year that is called Guelaguetza. It is to celebrate the folklore.

Mexico, I need to visit the Oaxaca people, their art is so unique and captivating! Oaxaca Dancers - Bob Krist Travel and Photography from around the world.

21 Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas + 1 You Should Never Do | Local Adventurer

21 Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas + 1 You Should Never Do

Whether you’re looking for a party, adventure, or a relaxing time on the beach, we compiled 21 Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas + 1 You…

An awesome visual guide to Mexican traditions, holidays, folklore and more.  A great resource to learn about the culture of #mexico.

An awesome visual guide to Mexican traditions, holidays, folklore and more. A great resource to learn about the culture of Mexico.

Decorated entrance to the Panteon Zocalo in Mexico City on Dia de los Muertos  Photo credit: AlejandroLinaresGarcia

Decorated entrance to the Panteon Zocalo in Mexico City on Dia de los Muertos Photo credit: AlejandroLinaresGarcia:

The People of Mexico

pequeña sonrisa by janchan. This little girl's huipil looks like it is Q'eqchi' Maya, from Coban, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala

Completed in 2014 in Jesús María, Mexico. Images by Oscar Hernández. The project is designed in a single level because it is designed for disabled couples, single people, young or old.  The circulation is optimized to...

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The Huicholes / Wixárica (Wirikuta) are a very interesting culture that inhabits the western-central part of Mexico,

The Huicholes / Wixárica (Wirikuta) are a very interesting culture that inhabits the western-central part of Mexico, read more: www.

This is how foreign people from Europe or USA imagine how Mexico is, this is what they think it is vs how it really is...

This is how foreign people from Europe or USA imagine how Mexico is, this is what they think it is vs how it really is...

This is how foreign people from Europe or USA imagine how Mexico is, this is what they think it is vs how it really is.<<I'm not from Mexico, nor have I ever been, but I know that it is very intelligent and very beautiful

A high-tech storytelling gameworld has just opened its doors in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Inside Meow Wolf, the amusement park for people who want a weirder Disneyland

New Mexico - Meow Wolf - A high-tech storytelling gameworld has just opened its doors in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

THIS IS THE MEXICAN WAY TO MAKE TORTILLAS. y TODAVIA SE SIGUEN COCINANDO ASI EN MUCHAS PARTES DE LA PROVINCIA DE .MEXICO

(My grandmother in Nicaragua used to make tortillas exactly like this until my aunt's decided it was time to change.sad really)The People of México: Woman cooking tortillas in Pantamban, Michoacán taken by Martin Castro Rosa

Say Mexico, people think Cancun. But just 130km from there, sitting on the eastern part of Yucatan Peninsula on the Riviera Maya, is Tulum.

Travel: Azulik Resort, Tulum

Azulik Resort, Tulum, Mexico, (on the eastern part of Yucatan Peninsula on the Riviera Maya).

Rosaries and pink blossoms - At the entrance to the Loreto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, people have hung rosaries like Christmas ornaments on a blossoming plum tree.

Rosaries & Pink Blossoms - At the entrance to the Loreto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, people have hung rosaries like Christmas ornaments on a blossoming plum tree.

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