Parachicos, traditional dancers from Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, who dance on the streets of the town during the annual Great Feast festivity (January 4-22) | Jorge Ojeda Badenes, via Flickr

Parachicos, traditional dancers from Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, who dance on the streets of the town during the annual Great Feast festivity (January 4-22) | Jorge Ojeda Badenes, via Flickr

Charra China Poblana Black Quinceanera dress. The poblana dress has Asian influence from when they were involved with the Philippines. They include symbols of Mexico into the dress such as an Eagle and a snake on a prickly Pear cactus.

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www.puertovallarta.net No other country in the "New World" offers tourism similar riches: gastronomy, beaches, magnificent archeological sites, history, and pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern art. A hallmark of Mexican culture is its plurality, the diversity of ethnic languages and groups, which set out to express their vision of the world. Huicholes / Wixárika and Puerto Vallarta: http://www.puertovallarta.net/what_to_do/wixarica-and-puerto-vallarta.php

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