Rio Secreto is a huge system of caves near to Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Photo Credit Paul Steele

Rio Secreto is a huge system of caves near to Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Photo Credit Paul Steele

Parroquia de San Andrés, Cholula, estado de Puebla, México. Al fondo, el volcán Popocatépetl.

Parroquia de San Andrés, Cholula, estado de Puebla, México. Al fondo, el volcán Popocatépetl.

Cuáles son y dónde están los Pueblos mágicos de #México #SMCMX #turismo

Cuáles son y dónde están los Pueblos mágicos de #México #SMCMX #turismo

Ferrocarril "El Chepe" En la barrancas del Cobre, Chihuahua Mexico

Ferrocarril "El Chepe" En la barrancas del Cobre, Chihuahua Mexico

Mexican Spanish Swear Words and Phrases

INFOGRAPHIC: 10 Mexican Spanish Swear Words and Phrases Not Taught in School

Teotihuacan (Vallée de Mexico) : vue de la Pyramide du Soleil, et en arrière-plan, l'Allée des Mort conduisant à la Pyramide de la Lune.

Teotihuacan (Vallée de Mexico) : vue de la Pyramide du Soleil, et en arrière-plan, l'Allée des Mort conduisant à la Pyramide de la Lune.

"An eagle with a snake in its mouth recognizes the Aztec heritage of Mexico. 
According to Aztec legend, the gods advised the Aztec people to build their capital on the location in which they saw an eagle, perched on a prickly pear tree, eating a serpent. They built their capital, Tenochtitlan, on what is now the main plaza of Mexico City."

What Do the Colors of the Mexican Flag Mean?

"An eagle with a snake in its mouth recognizes the Aztec heritage of Mexico. According to Aztec legend, the gods advised the Aztec people to build their capital on the location in which they saw an eagle, perched on a prickly pear tree, eating a serpent. They built their capital, Tenochtitlan, on what is now the main plaza of Mexico City."

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