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Monday October 16 2017

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What is Mexican Muralism?

Mexican muralism is an art movement initiated during the 1930’s, which acquired significant attention from the public. Why does this movement stand out more than others? A blatant conclusion is that it not only expressed social opinions, but also addressed controversial political issues. Most Mexican murals were conspicuously displayed in public ...

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Overview of Barro Negro of San Bartolo Coyotepec, Oaxaca

Black Pottery Decorative Art Form Development The plastics revolution of the 1960’s had a profound impact on the southern Mexico state of Oaxaca. Throughout the decade, a dramatic change occurred in the means of production employed by a segment of the indigenous Zapotec population: an industry based upon rudimentary production of grey, funct...

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Puebla, Mexico Journey Hints

Puebla was one of the initial metropolitan areas established by the Spaniards which was not made on the ruins of conquered indigenous settlements creating it the most European of all the colonial metropolitan areas. This led to the fast improvement of the Spanish culture and traditions in Mexico. The Spaniards elected an suitable area for their ...

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The Bay of Loreto National Marine Park

It hasn’t been easy explaining to my friends back home why I love living in the Baja despite all the bad news flowing north from here. I go breathless defending my second home, describing the wild beauty of the desert, the astounding sea life, the easy pace, the simple pleasures – until I see their eyes glaze over and I know what they are think...

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Akumal Beach, Sea Turtles Nest

The knock on our patio door comes at 1:30 a.m. as we were sleeping at Las Villas Akumal on Jade Bay in Akumal south of Playa del Carmen and a place that I call sea turtle central. A turtle has made its way from the Caribbean Sea onto the beach and was in the process of laying eggs. My 16-year-old daughter Nia and I had gone to sleep in our cloth...

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Cooper Canyon Unlimited Adventure and Adrenaline

Mexico is unique in its diversity and Chihuahua offers you many representations of it. This northern state located on the border with the United States is known for its world-class natural beauty. Draw attention to the largest geological complex in North America, the beauty of Copper Canyon, the spectacular view of the country's highest waterfalls ...

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Cabo Expeditions Rescues Humpback Whale!

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico -- Each year, the migration of thousands of whales from the cooling arctic oceans migrate to the warm waters surrounding the Baja Peninsula where the Pacific Ocean meets with the Sea of Cortez. Annually, from the beginning of December through approximately the second week of April, Los Cabos becomes the Mecca for whale watch...

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The Colonial Charm of Guanajuato, a World Heritage Site

The lights from the streetlamps cast shadows across the elaborate façade of Templo de San Diego, built in 1662, in a Spanish style characterized by elaborate engravings and known as Churrigueresque. Crowds gather around me and I am swept up in their quiet movement as we begin to follow the callejoneadas -- a group of traveling musicians -- along ...

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MUSA: When Art was Immersed in the Riviera Maya...

MUSA is a dream turned to reality created by three individuals in just 24 months. Those individuals are now proud to present to the world a grand scale underwater museum of sculpture and coral reef restoration, located off the coast of Cancun. The human race are creators and mankind may be described as a population of unique marvelous beings w...

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Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca: Premier Bubbling Springs and Petrified Waterfalls

Hierve el Agua is one of the most spectacular attractions in the state of Oaxaca, if not all of Mexico. Yet it’s surprisingly one of the least visited sights along the central valley touring routes leading out of the city of Oaxaca. Hierve el Agua should be considered a “must see” for naturalists, photographers, hikers and anyone else with ...

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