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MEXICO & MEXICAN CULTURE CALENDARS

Spanish Living Language Calendars
Spanish Living Language Calendars

Mexico Calendars
Mexico Calendars



BOOKS ABOUT MEXICO

The Mexico Reader
The Mexico Reader

Living, Studying and Working in Italy
Mexico: From the Olmecs to the Aztecs

Oaxaca
Oaxaca: Moutain Craft Regions, Archaeologica
l Sites....

Dictionary of Symbols
Illustrated Dictionary of the Symbols of Ancient Mexico &
the Maya

Essential Cuisines of Mexico
The Essential Cuisines of Mexico

Mexican Papercutting
Mexican Papercutting



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Mexico and Mexican Culture Educational Posters & Prints, 1/2
for the social studies and geography classroom, home schoolers, and as theme decor.


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Map of Mexico, North America, Photographic Print
Map of Mexico, North America

(19º3'0"N 99º22'0"W)

Mexico Flag Poster
Mexico Flag Poster

Travelers Map of Mexico Poster, 1994
Travelers Map of Mexico Poster, 1994

Officially known as the United Mexican States, Mexico is the 15th largest country by area and the most populous Spanish speaking country in the world.

Located in southern North America, Mexico is the furthest north and west country of Latin America, those countries where languages derived from Latin (the Romance languages) are spoken, as opposed to Anglo America, where the languages from Germanic roots are spoken.

Mexico is bordered on the east by Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, the north by the United States, the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the south by the Central American countries of Guatemala and Belize. Before the arrival of the European Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortez, the area of Mexico was the site of advanced Mexoamerican cultures such as the Olmec, Maya and Aztecs.

The red and green in Mexico's flag are symbolical of her wars of independence, they are united by the white of peace. When the Aztecs came to the valley of Mexico, an enormous eagle with a snake in his talons, ws seen perched on a giant cactus. This was considered a good omen and Mexico has adopted the ensignia as a national one.



Map of Mexico Art Print
Map of Mexico
Art Print

Mexico Flag Poster

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Masks of Mexico poster
Masks of Mexico
poster

• more mask posters
mask making lesson plan ideas

Carved Wooden Figure, Alebrijes, Oaxaca, Mexico, Photographic Print
Carved Wooden Figure, Alebrijes, Oaxaca, Mexico,
Photographic Print

Alebrijes are fanatasy animal figures made with papier-mache or carved from wood, closely associated with Oaxaca.

Bull Fight, Mexico, Art Print
Bull Fight, Mexico,
Art Print

animal posters

Mexican Sombreros, Art Print
Mexican Sombreros,
Art Print

Mexican Hat Dance photo


Tenochtitlan, Capital City of Aztec Mexico, an Island Connected by Causeways to Land, c.1520, Giclee Print
Tenochtitlan, Capital City of Aztec Mexico, an Island Connected by Causeways to Land, c.1520,
Giclee Print

Aerial View of Mexico City, Photographic Print
Aerial View of Mexico City, Photographic Print

Chihuahuan Desert, Mexico, Photographic Print
Chihuahuan Desert, Mexico,
Photographic Print

(30º32'26"N 103º50'14"W)

desert posters

Agave, San Jose Del Cabo, Baja California Sur, Mexico, Photographic Print
Agave, San Jose Del Cabo,
Baja California Sur, Mexico,
Photographic Print

botany posters


The Popocatepetl Volcano Sends out a Plume of Smoke, Photographic Print
The Popocatepetl Volcano Sends out a Plume of Smoke, Photographic Print

(19º1'20"N 98º37'40"W)

Popocatépetl, "Smoking Mountain", is the 2nd highest peak in Mexico.

• more volcano posters

Hispanics and Latinos posters


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