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Mexicráneos & Alebrijes fill Paris with color
The exhibition wants to share Mexico’s cultural essence
Papalotes, reuniting the living with the dearly departed
The "Papalote Festival" is a Day of the Dead tradition in San Mateo del Mar, Oaxaca
Yucatán wins Guinness World Record for biggest Three Kings cake
The Three Kings cake tradition is deeply rooted in Mexico to celebrate the arrival of the Three Wise Men
Mexico City's organ grinders and their fading tune
Despite being recognized as Mexico City's cultural heritage, organ grinders do not have labor rights
Candles, a tradition lighting new generations in Oaxaca
This artisanal and highly creative trade was shared from a family to a whole community as a way to improve economic conditions
The exhibition Nativity Scenes and Piñatas 2019-2020 is located in Reforma Avenue
In Mexico, people place the nativity set under the Christmas tree on December 16th
When Quetzalcóatl took over Christmas
In 1930, Mexico's President Pascual Ortiz Rubio had the intention of creating a love for national symbols and traditions an answer to a new kind of invasion through culture by our northern neighbors
Colación, a Christmas Mexican sweet
Colación is a traditional Mexican sweet that is a must during the Christmas season
Celebrating the muxe identity through fashion
Photographer Tim Walker portrays the beauty and mystery surrounding the muxe community