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  • M A D E B Y : Y UN T O R R E S C US T O D I O MEXICO
  • “TRADITIONS” Some of the traditions in México are very famous and others are similar but they are celebrated by in another way in all the world for example: The dead day, independence day, revolution day, mothers and fathers day ,merry chrismas, the summer day, new year and etc.
  • DANCES • The states in Mexico have their own characteristics, which make a state unique, the culture ,the people etc. • The central part of Mexico is formed by different states like Hidalgo, San Luis Potosí, Tlaxcala, Michoacán, Jalisco, Puebla, etc. Dance in Jalisco • This dance is maybe the most popular dance of Mexico, it´s called “Jarabe Tapatio”. This dance is very cheerful because of the music and the steps. • Origins of Mexican Dance • Dance is one of the most important art that shows the feelings of people. Is such an important art that is thought that drama and chant become from this expression. The Prehispanic Mexican people believed that dancing was a way of showing love to their gods. Mexican dance has been influenced by many countries of the world.
  • DIFFERENT KINDS OF DANCES
  • FOOD • The traditional cuisine of Mexico finds place in UNESCO's list of 'Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity'. Beans, chili peppers and native corns are the staple foods used in the Mexican cuisine. Mexicans prefer corn over rice and wheat in their food. In Mexico, the tortilla made from corn is widely used with different dishes. Other items found in Mexican food are the squashes, tomatoes, avocados, mangoes, pineapples, etc. These ingredients are used in the preparation of a variety of dishes which have their origin in Mesoamerica and Spain. You will find edible flowers and similar ingredients in Mexican dishes. Such type of ingredients are not commonly used in other cuisines of the world. The Spanish and other Europeans introduced pork, beef, cheese and chicken into the diet of native Americans.
  • EXAMPLES OF FOOD:
  • MUSIC The traditional music of Mexico is quite diverse in form. The different regions of this country are known for different kinds of folk music. Mariachi is one of the well-known forms of music to have evolved in Mexico. It originated in the state of Jalisco. Mariachi is characterized by a group of 10-20 musicians. Such a group is generally headed by a lead singer. Ranchera is another form of music of Mexico which evolved during the time of Mexican Revolution. Ranchera music revolves around themes related to national pride. Flamenco Dance Banda Music can be described as mixture of traditional Mexican music and Polka music. Polka music was introduced to native Mexicans by the Germans. Banda music gained popularity in the 1890s decade. The different kinds of songs grouped under Banda include rancheras, boleros, baladas, etc. Norteño music originated in rural Mexico.
  • EXAMPLES OF MUSIC:
  • GEOGRAPHY • The geography of Mexico describes the geographic features of Mexico, a country in the Americas. Mexico is located at about 23° N and 102° W in the southern portion of North America. It is also located in a region known as Middle America. From its farthest land points, Mexico is a little over 3,200 km (2,000 mi) in length.
  • DRESSING • In major cities, modern Mexican clothing do not differ very much from the clothes we use everyday. Thanks to the globalization, young Mexican people living in big cities trend to wear clothes like loud- colored cotton t-shirts, snickers and jeans. But this changes a lot when we get out of the main cities and look into smaller towns, where we can see modern clothes with a “native” feeling, which is shown mainly by the colors chosen.
  • THE END Thanks for you attention!