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Dancers for the Danza de Los Viejitos. The Danza de los Viejitos (dance of the old men) is a traditonal folk dance in Michoacán, Mexico.

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Members of a dance group await their turn to dance at a fiesta in Chilapa, Guerrero, Mexico, photograph by Karen Elwell.

Indígenas de Teotilán del Valle, desfile de las fiestas de la Guelaguetza

Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico - The parade or confite-all the unmarried women carry these fabulous arrangements thru the streets.

Abuela Chula - beautiful hair! Mexico :)

Abuela Chula - braided hair and beautiful textiles reminds me of my momma RIP I miss u

Well, almost Nayarit. Shrimp are a typical product of the Mexican Pacific, in Puerto Vallarta can be eaten directly on the beach...

Shrimp are a typical product of the Mexican Pacific, in Puerto Vallarta can be eaten directly on the beach, served in this way "embarasados​​" and with an exquisite flavor. Why didn't we get served shrimp like this!

Mexico: Huamantla - La noche que nadie duerme (the night when no one sleeps). Gorgeous!

Huamantla - Takes place on the of August, the night when no one sleeps. "La noche que nadie duerme" People spend the night decorating the streets with tapestries made of flowers.

I Love Mexico

Costumes worn by indigenous dancers in celebration parade, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico

Gastronomía Mexicana, Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad

Gastronomía Mexicana, Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad

Que Bonito Es El Amor

they seem so sweet and happy. "Rosita's Grandparents, Chiapas, Mexico" by Hal Robert Myers

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