(by Tamara) J3M.
• It is a country located in the south of North America.
Bordered on the north by the United States of America, the
south by Guatemala, to the east by the Gulf of Mexico and
to the West by the Pacific Ocean.
• The official language is Spanish.
67 indigenous languages are
national languages, but they are
not officially recognized
• The population is over 117 million inhabitants.
• Politically, Mexico is a democratic, federal,
representative and composed of 32 states:
31 states and the Federal District.
• The Day of the Dead is a Mexican celebration also is
celebrated in some Central American countries, and in
many communities in the United States
• The origins of the celebration of the Day of the Dead in
Mexico predate the arrival of the Spanish. In rituals
celebrating the life of the ancestors it was common to
keep skulls and show them during the rituals to symbolize
death and rebirth.
• The celebration of the Day of the Dead, was established in
Mexico as a date of visit and homage to deceased loved
ones. Two days a year, graves and burial sites are arranged
and the return of the spirits to the place of the living is
• You can get there by plane
• The trip lasts 9 hours
• The price of the ticket is $ 7,000
• If you are Argentinian, you don't need a VISA
to enter this country.
• The typical Food of Mexico are the Tacos
• The typical drink of Mexico is Tequila
Chichén Itzá is one of the
principal archaeological sites
of the Yucatan Peninsula in
Mexico. In its golden years it
was for the Maya people the
political , economic and
religious center, the most
Important of the peninsula.
Chichén Itzá was recently
named one of the New 7
Wonders of the World, and
Considered by UNESCO as a
World Heritage Site since