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Mexico

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Mexico is a country within the Latin America & Caribbean region of the continent of North America. This country has a population of over 107,449,525 Mexican people and covers an area of 1,972,550 square miles. The capital of Mexico is Mexico City. The country's GPS coordinates address is latitude 23.634501 and logitude 23.634501. [Map of Mexico].

Discover and explore Mexico. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Mexico helps you learn about the cities, natural attractions, and Mexican culture.

Chichen Itza: One of the New Seven Wonders of the World

Located deep in the northern end of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula is one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World; Chichén Itzá. Loosely translated, it means at the edge of Itza&rs...

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15 of the Weirdest Places in the World You Must See

Are you interested in visiting some of the weirdest places on earth? The world is a vast place, and it does not matter if you have traveled a lot or you have never left your hometown, our planet will ...

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Is Portuguese Food as Good as the Portuguese Think It Is

Is Portuguese food as good as the Portuguese people say and think it is? The answer to that question is simple, yes, …and no. Let me explain. After I first moved to Portugal at the beginning...

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Ranking the World's 20 Best Beaches (Amazing Photos)

How do you decide the world's best among beaches? At the outset, all the beaches appear the same, but die-hard beach fans beg to differ. With the infinite number of seas and oceans, our beautiful ...

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The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, as seen from either Artist Point or Inspiration Point, is one of the truly great wonders of the West. It is hard to conceive such breath-taking beauty. Once you have g...

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Yosemite: The Approach to the Valley

When I set out on the long excursion that finally led to California I wandered afoot and alone, from Indiana to the Gulf of Mexico, with a plant-press on my back, holding a generally southward course,...

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