The Huichol Indians of Riviera Nayarit are an indigenous ethnic group living high in the Sierra Madre Mountains who escaped the conquest of the Spaniards and being changed by Mexican culture.
Huichol Pilgrimage...the Huichol are an indigenous people, found especially in Nayarit, Jalisco, Zacatecas, and parts of Durango.
Tzintzuntzan ruins in Michoacan - What You're Missing Out on by not visiting Michocan | http://www.journeymexico.com/blog/what-youre-missing-out-on-by-not-visiting-michoacan
Janitzio, Patzcuaro, MichoacánESTA PEQUENA ISLA QUE SE LLAMA JANITZIO HAY QUE IR EN CHALUPAS DE MICHOACAN A JANITZIO ESTOS QUE VEN AHI SON PESCADORES PERO EN EL DIA DE LOS MUERTOS SE ATRAVIESA EL LAGO EN LA NOCHE CON VELAS PARA HACERLE OFRENDAS A LOS MUERTOS EN JANITZIO ES BELLO LA NOCHE OSCURA Y TODAS LAS CHALUPAS CON SUS VELITAS
How gorgeous is this?! Easter Folk Art Market | Uruapan, Michoacán
One of Mexico’s most traditional toys are these dolls from Michoacán. Did you know that they are called Marías?
The abandoned church of San Juan Parangaricutiro, Michoacán, Mexico - vacant since 194, all that remains from a town that was covered in lava from the emerging volcano Paricutin over a period of eight years,