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Mexican National Cathedral This cathedral called the “National Cathedral,” or “The Metropolitan Cathedral.” Its architecture is rich in Mexican art, history, and culture. The National Cathedral was one the site of an ancient Aztec precinct. The Cathedral was built between … Continue reading
Palace of Fine Arts is the most important cultural center in Mexico City. This is the greatest forum of art and culture in Mexico. Palace of Fine Arts building surprises Mexican and foreigners when they visit it. Its ostentatious architecture … Continue reading
The term folklore is used to signify folk art, culture, traditions, and color. Folkloric dance is an important part of our cultural roots. It is a form of artistic expression. Besides Mexican folklore or folk dance has its origins in a pre-Hispanic era. … Continue reading
Day of the Dead is a Mexican Holiday called Dia de los Muertos. It may sounds like the US Halloween celebration because Dia de los Muertos traditionally begins at midnight the night of October 31 and continues until November 2. … Continue reading
Mexican pottery has wonderful quality and beauty. It has many different styles, colors, and shapes also. Nowadays the pieces of art are very colorful and well made, but the ancient ones are full in history and are some of the … Continue reading
Making rugs by hand is considered as art too. In Mexico there are places, in which to make rugs is the main economic activity and the most important source of work also. Weaving is done by both sexes in family workshops where artisans … Continue reading
_Frida Kahlo, was born in Mexico City in 1907. His father was a Hungarian Jewish descendent, he was born in Germany; her mother was Spanish and Native American. Frida’s life was with a series of physical problems. At the age … Continue reading