Mexico Economy

Mexico Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data The country’s economy, which is closely linked to international trade chains, fell into recession already in 2019 after a decade of growth (-0.1% of GDP). It was in this state that the COVID-19 pandemic caught up with it and hit […]

Mexico Visa

Mexico Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Mexico Starting May 1, 2010, entry into Mexico for the purpose of tourism, transit, and certain types of business trips with a valid US visa is visa-free for citizens of all countries. To obtain a Mexican visa at the embassy, Russian citizens must provide: – a properly completed application […]

Mexico Resorts

Mexico Resorts and Attractions

Mexico is a country in North America. Shared borders with the US in the north, with Belize and Guatemala in the southeast. Capital of Mexico City (more than 20 million inhabitants). According to smb, the official language is Spanish (more than 50 Indian dialects are spoken in some areas). Currency – Mexican peso (Mexican peso […]

How to Get Around Mexico

How to Get Around Mexico

Souvenirs Holidays in Mexico will be remembered for a long time if you buy a couple of souvenirs: Alcohol Men will definitely like local alcohol – classic tequila or something more exotic, for example, rompope Pottery from local craftsmen Coffee from Veracruz traditional hammocks Bijouterie and silver jewelry Women will not remain indifferent to bijouterie […]

10 Reasons to Go to Mexico

10 Reasons to Go to Mexico

See with your own eyes the monuments left from the ancient civilizations – the Maya, the Toltecs and the Aztecs. The pyramids built by the Indians thousands of years ago cannot leave anyone indifferent. Any self-respecting person should take a look at the famous pyramids of Teotihuacan and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl at least once […]

Mexico Politics

State Structure and Political System of Mexico

According to topschoolsintheusa, the United States of Mexico is a federal presidential republic. The Constitution of 1917 is in force with numerous amendments (the last ones were introduced in 1996 and 2002). Administrative divisions: 31 states and 1 Federal District; Mexico City (Federal District), States: Aguascalientes, Veracruz, Guerrero, Guanajuato, Durango, Hidalgo, Campeche, Queretaro, Quintana Roo, […]

Mexico Agriculture

Mexico Agriculture, Livestock and Forests

Among industrial crops, besides tobacco, cotton and henequén (Agave sisalana) have become increasingly important. Cotton, which had been widespread in the times prior to the Spanish conquest, especially in the coastal plains, has now found its best habitat in the closed basins of the northern plateau, in the depressed lowland areas (bolsones) where, with the […]

Mexico religion

Mexico Antropology

The work of ET Hamy, on the anthropology of Mexico, operates in so many respects so remarkable, is vitiated in good part of its results by the acceptance of specious theories drawn from the traditions. Instead we will see that the recent results of linguistics can be harmonized well and can find their explanation in […]

Mexico 2014

Mexico Architecture

In the second half of the 19th century Mexican architecture appeared characterized by a polistilistic eclecticism: neo-Doric is the monument and sepulcher to B. Juarez in Guanajuato (1873) by Rivas Mercado, the maternal hospital of Puebla (1879) of Tamariz, and the Mexican pavilion at the New Orleans Exposition (1874) by JR Ibarra. The works of […]

Mexico Architecture

Mexico Architecture and Literature

Architecture. – The recent Mexican architectural event appeared among the most advanced in Latin America from both a design and a technological point of view. There are many interesting examples, and not only in the capital city ​​of Mexico, starting with some residential houses, witnesses of the best American residential tradition, many of which are dispersed […]

Mexico Arts

Mexico Arts

As opposed to the consolidated codifications of realism, the desire to open up to new experiences led Mexican artists in the 1960s to meet various trends in international art. It is an orientation that takes R. Tamayo as an example and which is very vast for its duration over time, for the numerous poetic and […]

Mexico Geopolitics

Mexico Geopolitics

The location between the Anglo-Saxon and Latin areas of the American hemisphere makes Mexico the nerve center of relations between the two Americas: sometimes in the role of a bridge and in other cases as a watershed. On the one hand, the political and economic ties (for example the common fight against drug trafficking or […]

Mexico Politics

Mexico Geography, Politics and Economy

Geography Located in the south of the North American subcontinent, Mexico shares a border to the north with the United States and to the southeast with Central America, particularly with Guatemala and Belize. Its surface area is 1,964,375 km² [12] , with a continental surface area of 1,959,248 km² [12] and an insular area of 5,127 km² [12] . Spread over its territorial sea […]

Mexican Arts

Mexican Arts

Mexican art, term for the art in what is now Mexico. 19th century After independence from Spain in 1810, numerous European artists traveled to Mexico to depict geography, people, everyday life, architecture and archaeological sites, including. Claudio Linati (* 1790, † 1832) from Italy, who introduced lithography, Frédéric Waldeck (* 1766, † 1875) from France, […]

Mexican History

Mexican History

Mexican history, common prehistory with other states in Central America. The oldest traces of settlement in the high valley of Mexico are around 20,000 BC. Dated from about 7000 BC. The cultivation of cultivated plants can be proven, especially important the cultivation of the maize. Since around 2000 BC Mexico belonged to the area of […]