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Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
Qué bonita es mi tierra!
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Mexico’s modern folk dance tradition is a blending of elements from its indigenous, European and African heritage. Before the arrival of the Spanish, indigenous dance had developed with strong ties to the religious practices. For the Aztecs, there were two levels of dance, one for the common people, often related to the agricultural cycle and those for the elite. After the Conquest, the Spanish initially worked to eradicate indigenous dances, considering them “too pagan” and succeeded with a number of forms, especially those associated with the priest and ruling classes. However, they were unable to eradicate the more popular forms, especially in the rural and more inaccessible regions of New Spain. Instead, evangelizers worked to adapt dances to Christianity, giving them new meanings. For this reason, most of these dances have suffered at least some modification since the pre Hispanic era

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  • Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
    Thank you Wim, Alfredo, Pilar, John, Home (Cuba?) and Sally, I am really grateful
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  • Que bonita es su trabajo. Me gusta mucho.
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  • Magnífico trabajo de Micaela,Gracias mil por compartirlo acá,
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  • Thank you Michaela,this is so colorful especially the costumes............
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  • ¡ Y VIVA MEXICO ! Precioso colorido, debería ser video para oir su fantástica música y verlos bailar. Gracias Michaela
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