Parachicos, traditional dancers from Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, who dance on the streets of the town during the annual Great Feast festivity (January 4-22) | Jorge Ojeda Badenes, via Flickr

Parachicos, traditional dancers from Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, who dance on the streets of the town during the annual Great Feast festivity (January 4-22) | Jorge Ojeda Badenes, via Flickr

Tzeltal Maya woman making pottery, Amatenango del Valle, Chiapas, Mexico by Shkaa'la, via Flickr

Tzeltal Maya woman making pottery, Amatenango del Valle, Chiapas, Mexico by Shkaa'la, via Flickr

Zinacantan, Chiapas, Mexico - The backstrap loom is also used by the Huichol and Cora in Jalisco and Nayarit.

Zinacantan, Chiapas, Mexico - The backstrap loom is also used by the Huichol and Cora in Jalisco and Nayarit.

Olmec colossal heads, massive basalt monuments each weighing between 6 an 50 tons (sculpted in what is now Mexico ~1500–400 BCE)

Olmec Colossal Head

Olmec colossal heads, massive basalt monuments each weighing between 6 an 50 tons (sculpted in what is now Mexico ~1500–400 BCE)

The Olmecs. The original tribe that implanted themselves all around the world.. and who do they look like.

The Olmecs. The original tribe that implanted themselves all around the world.. and who do they look like.

❡ R I D A ❧  Diego American Gothic by Elroy Gullermo

36 Pop Cultural Reinventions Of The American Gothic Painting

Bonampak is an ancient Maya archaeological site in the Mexican state of Chiapas. It's well known for a number of murals, most especially those located within Structure 1 (The Temple of the Murals). The construction of the site’s structures dates to the Early Classic period (c. AD 580 to 800).

Bonampak is an ancient Maya archaeological site in the Mexican state of Chiapas. It's well known for a number of murals, most especially those located within Structure 1 (The Temple of the Murals). The construction of the site’s structures dates to the Early Classic period (c. AD 580 to 800).

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