Performed at the Palace of the Fine Arts in Mexico City. Folklorico Dancers are the most identified cultural examples in Mexico. Children of all ages have once tried dancing this graceful energetic dance to feel closer towards our people.

Huichol Embroidery Colorful embroidery adorns the clothing of Huichol artisans attending the 2010 Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Huichol Embroidery Colorful embroidery adorns the clothing of Huichol artisans attending the 2010 Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I had so much fun here when I went a few years ago and met a lot of amazing people from all over the world!

Merida, Mexico The Jarana is the typical dance of Yucatan, with its origins in a blend of ancient indigenous, mestizo and Spanish dances. The typical costume of Yucatans mestizo women is known as the Terno.

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Toltec warrior columns in the ancient city of Tula in Hidalgo, Mexico (A.D. 100-250)

Toltec warrior columns in the ancient city of Tula in Hidalgo, Mexico (A. I love Tula and especially these Toltec warriors.

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