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Delegacion olimpica mexicana. Viva Mexico!!!

Delegacion olimpica mexicana. Viva Mexico!!!

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This picture shows people who belong to the largest tribe in Oaxaca, the Zapotecs. They are all mostly farmer, but some do make crafts and other products.

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.

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.

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Mexican Home Decor - Travel Style Guide

www.ballet-folklorico-leyenda.com Dances originary from PUEBLA, MEXICO.  South central Mexico. From the times of colonial settlement. #BalletFolkloricoLEYENDA #BalletFolkloricoRiversideCalifornia #InlandEmpireFolklorico

Dances originary from Puebla, Mexico. South central Mexico, From the times of colonial settlement (Ballet Folklorico Leyenda)

Mexico. Purepecha pottery. pile of ceramic pots at the market in Tarecuato Michoacan.

Purepecha pottery Mexico,reminds me of Grandmas house this hold the best cold water you will ever taste!

Mexico, PowerPoint slides and flap book, teach your students about the culture of Mexico with this fun activity ($)

Mexico Lesson and Activity

This resource includes a PowerPoint and flap book that teaches students about the culture of Mexico. This is relevant because many students come to the United States from Mexico.

Toltec warriors columns in the ancient city of Tula in Hidalgo, Mexico (by Your Funny Uncle).

Toltec warrior columns in the ancient city of Tula in Hidalgo, Mexico (A. I love Tula and especially these Toltec warriors.

Always armed with a camera by his side, Diego Huerta is passionate about telling stories through his photography. Born and raised in Mexico, Huerta now ope

Powerful Portraits Explore the Culturally Rich Traditions of Mexico's Zapotec People

Powerful Portraits Explore the Culturally Rich Traditions of Mexico's Zapotec People - My Modern Met

Otomi indian embroidery from Tenango de Doria Hidalgo,Mexico by Mexico Culture, via Flickr

Otomi indian embroidery from Tenango de Doria Hidalgo, Mexico Otomi indian embroidery from Tenango de Doria Hidalgo, Mexico (many other beautiful examples of Otomi embroideries and fabrics in this gallery)