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    Stone of the Sun - Exhibits at the National Anthropology Museum, Mexico City
    Stone of the Sun - Exhibits at the National Anthropology Museum, Mexico City.
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    Flag of Mexico
    Flag of Mexico
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    Location map of Mexico


    Destination Mexico, officially the United States of Mexico (Estados Unidos Mexicanos), a federal republic between the Pacific Ocean in west and the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico in east. Mexico is bordering the United States in north, and Belize and Guatemala in south east. It also shares maritime borders with Cuba and Honduras.

    The country covers an area of nearly 2 million km2, compared it is almost 4 times the size of Spain or slightly less than three times the size of the U.S. state of Texas. Mexico is the third largest nation in Latin America (after Brazil and Argentina)

    A population of 123.5 million people (in 2017) making Mexico the second-most populous country in Latin America after Brazil, and the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world. Capital and largest city is Mexico City. Mexico is a country with a variety of ethnic groups, where Mexican Mestizo are the largest group with about 62%, followed by predominantly Amerindians with 21%, Amerindians (the indigenous peoples of the Americas) 7%, and people with an European background 9%.


    United Mexican States | Estados Unidos Mexicanos


    Country Profile



    Background:
    Mexico belongs geographically to North-America, ethnological it belongs to Latin America. Mexico is the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world. About 70% of the people live in urban areas. According to some estimates, the population of the area around Mexico City is about 18 million, which would make it the largest concentration of population in the Western Hemisphere.

    Highly developed cultures, including those of the Olmecs, Mayas, Toltecs, and Aztecs existed in this aerea long before the Spanish conquest.
    The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century.
    A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst recession in over half a century. The nation continues to make an impressive recovery. Ongoing economic and social concerns include low real wages, underemployment for a large segment of the population, inequitable income distribution, and few advancement opportunities for the Amerindian population in the impoverished southern states.
    (Source: various reliable sources)

     

    Official Name:
    Estados Unidos Mexicanos
    short form: México
    int'l long form: United Mexican States
    int'l short form: Mexico

    ISO Country Code: mx, MEX

    Time:
    Time Zone: Central Daylight Time (CDT)
    Local Time = UTC -5h
    Actual Time México: Sat-Nov-7  13:31
    Daylight saving time (DST): beginning April - end of Oktober (UTC -6)

    Country Calling Code: +52

    Capital City: México (Distrito Federal; pop. 13 million, 2000 census metro area)

    Other Cities:
    Guadalajara, Monterrey, Puebla, Ciudad Juarez, Tijuana, Acapulco, Merida, Leon, Veracruz.

    Government:
    Type: Federal Republic. Independence: First proclaimed 16 September 1810; republic established 1824.
    Constitution: 5 February 1917.

    Geography:
    Location: Middle America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, between Belize and the USA and bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and the USA.
    Area: 1,964,000 km2 (761 600 sq. mi.).
    Terrain: Coastal lowlands, central high plateaus, and mountains up to 5 400 m. (18 000 ft.).

    Climate: Tropical to desert.

    People:
    Nationality: Mexican(s).
    Population: (2017) 123.5 million.
    Ethnic groups: Indian-Spanish (mestizo) 60%, Amerindian 30%, European 9%, other 1%.
    Religions: Roman Catholic 90%, Protestant 5%, other 5%.
    Language: Spanish (official); 66 regional indigenous languages.
    Literacy: 90%

    Natural resources: Petroleum, silver, copper, gold, lead, zinc, natural gas, timber.

    Agriculture products: Corn, beans, oilseeds, feed grains, fruit, cotton, coffee, sugarcane, winter vegetables.

    Industries: Food and beverages, tobacco, chemicals, iron and steel, petroleum, mining, textiles, clothing, motor vehicles, consumer durables, tourism.

    Exports - commodities:
    manufactured goods, oil and oil products, silver, fruits, vegetables, coffee, cotton

    Exports - partners: USA 81.1% (2015)

    Imports - commodities: metalworking machines, steel mill products, agricultural machinery, electrical equipment, automobile parts for assembly and repair, aircraft, aircraft parts

    Imports - partners: USA 47.3%, China 17.7%, Japan 4.4% (2015)

    Currency: Mexican Peso (M$) (MXN)

    (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Mexico and others)

    Mexico in Figures
    Mexico key statistical data.
    National Palace (Palacio Nacional)  Mexico City
    National Palace (Palacio Nacional) on Plaza de la Constitución (Zócalo), the main square in central Mexico City. The government building is home to the offices of the president of Mexico.
    Image: Armando Argandar


    Official Sites of Mexico

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    Presidencia de la República
    Constitutional President of the United Mexican States, Vicente Fox's office.

    Senado de la República
    The Senate of the Republic of Mexico (in Spanish)

    Stockholm Challenge Award Citizen Portal of Mexico
    Government-wide portal that organizes information and services around citizen needs. (in Spanish)


    Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores - México
    Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    Diplomatic Missions
    Misión Permanente de México ante la ONU
    Permanent Mission of México to the UN.
    Consulate General of Mexico
    New York
    Embassy of Mexico
    Washington D.C.
    Diplomatic Missions of Mexico
    Diplomatic Missions of Mexico Abroad.
    Foreign Diplomatic Missions in Mexico
    Foreign Diplomatic Missions accredited in Mexico.

    Statistics
     National Institute of Statistics, Geography and Informatics
    Geographic, demographic and economic information of Mexico.
    Consejo Nacional de Población (CONAPO)
    The National Council of Population (in Spanish)

    Mexico in Figures
    Mexico key statistical data.


    Weather
    Centro Nacional de Metrología (CENAM)
    The National Centre of Metrology.
    Servicio Meteorológico Nacional

    Mexico Conectado
    Federal Government program offers free Internet access in public places such as schools, hospitals, universities, governmental offices and parks. (mainly in Spanish)

    Maps

    Map of Mexico
    Political map of Mexico.
    Administrative Map of Mexico
    Map showing Mexico and the surrounding countries with international borders, the Mexican states, the national capital Mexico (Ciudad de México), state capitals, major cities, main roads, and major airports.

    Google Earth Google Earth Mexico
    Searchable map and satellite view of Mexico.
    Google Earth Google Earth Mexico City
    Searchable map and satellite view of Mexico's capital city.

    Google Earth Chichen Itza
    Annotated map of the archaeological site of Chichen Itza.

    Map of Central America and the Caribbean
    Reference Map of Central America and the Caribbean. 
    Map of North America
    Reference Map of North America. 

    Map of Middle America
    Political map of Middle America.
     

    Mexico News

    According to Freedom House, Mexico remained one of the world’s most dangerous places for media workers, and freedom of expression faced new threats with the adoption of the Federal Telecommunications and Broadcasting Act. The New York Times stated that 'The government has done too little to end a culture of impunity that has made it easy to threaten and kill journalists.'

    El Heraldo de Mexico
    Mexican newspaper.
    El Universal
    Important Mexican newspaper.
    El Sur
    Weekly newspaper with presence in the South of Jalisco.
    Etcetera
    Política y cultura en línea.
    La Crónica de Hoy
    National and international news.
    La Jornada
    Mexican newspaper.
    Milenio
    National and international news.
    Reforma
    Mexican Daily.
    Tiempos del Mundo
    Mexican news.

    Mexican news (in English)
    Mexico Daily
    Mexican news by world news.com.
    Mexico News Daily
    Tabloid style news from Mexico.
    The News
    News from Mexico.

    TV
    CNI en Linea
    With national and international news (in Spanish)


     

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    Arts & Culture


    arte y media
    Gallery of contemporary Mexican art.
    Carlos Fuentes
    Wikipedia article about the life and work of Carlos Fuentes, acclaimed Mexican author, novelist and essayist.
    Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes
    National Council for Culture and the Arts (in Spanish).
    Diego Rivera Web Museum
    Virtual museum for the famous Mexican painter.
    Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas
    National school for visual arts.
    Museo de la Ciudad de México
    Mexico City museum.
    Museo de las Culturas Prehispánicas
    Museum for Prehispanic Cultures (in Spanish).
    Museo Nacional de Antropología
    National Museum of Anthropology.
    Museo Nacional de la Revolución Mexicana
    National Museum of the Mexican Revolution.

    Mexican Museums
    Mexican and Latin American Museums portal.
    Artes e Historia México
    Arts and History, a virtual forum and guide to Mexican arts and culture (in Spanish).
     
    Contest of Skulls in Pi?ata
    Contest of Skulls in Pi?ata - Diego Rivera



    Stonework at Kohunlich - Campeche
    Stonework at Kohunlich - Campeche
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    Business & Economy


    Banco de México
    Mexico's central bank and monetary authority.

    Bolsa Mexicana de Valores (BMV)
    Mexican Stock Exchange, known as Mexbol, it is the only stock exchange in Mexico.

    Cámara Nacional de Comercio de la Ciudad de México
    The National Chamber of Commerce.

    Proméxico
    The subdivision of the Mexican Secretariat of Economy promotes international trade and investment.


    __Business News
    El Economista
    Business & Finance (in Spanish)
    El Financiero
    Business & Finance (in Spanish)


    __Transportation

    Airlines
    AeroMéxico
    Aerovias de Mexico is Mexico's leading airline and also the country's flag carrier, the company is based in Mexico City.
    Aeroméxico Connect
    A subsidiary of Aeroméxico, the regional airline operates feeder services to AeroMéxico's hub airports, the company is headquartered in Monterrey.
    Interjet
    From its hubs at Guadalajara, Tijuana, Mexico City, Monterrey, and Toluca, Interjet operates scheduled flights within Mexico and to destinations in Cuba, Costa Rica, Peru, Colombia, and the USA. The airline is headquartered in Mexico City.
    VivaAerobús
    Mexican low-cost carrier with its main hubs at Monterrey International Airport and at Mexico City International.
    Volaris
    Based in Tijuana - General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport, the Mexican low-cost airline operates scheduled flights within Mexico, and to destinations in the USA and Central America.

    Railways
    Ferromex (FXE)
    The private rail company operates the largest railway in Mexico.
    Kansas City Southern de México (KCSM)
    Rail freight transportation in the northeastern part of Mexico.
     
     
    Beach of Cancún, Yucatán Peninsula
    Beach of Cancún, the city is an important tourist destination in eastern Mexico, located just south of Cabo Catoche, the northernmost point on the Yucatán Peninsula, facing the Yucatan Channel, the strait that links the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea.
    Image: Safizadeh

    Travel and Tour Consumer Information


    Destination Mexico :: Travel and Tour Guides


    Discover Mexico: Acapulco, Baja California, Cabo San Lucas, Cancún, Gudalajara, Guanajuato, Mexicali, Nogales, Oaxaca, Puerto Vallarta, Tijuana, Yucatán, and more.

    Accommodation, hotels, attractions, festivals, events, tourist boards, and much more.

    visitmexico.com
    The official Mexican Tourism Board site offers country information on various travel destinations.

    Culture and Society of México
    Frequently Asked Questions about Mexico.
    Inside Mexico
    Articles and News about Mexico.
     Mexico Connect
    Comprehensive travel information about Mexico.
    Mexico Online
    An online travel and tourism guide to Mexico.


    Mexico Tourism by States
    Guanajuato
    Website about Guanajuato state and its cities (Leon, San Miguel Allende, Dolores, etc) with travel guide, commercial directory and cultural information.
    Chihuahua
    The website that is dedicated to tourism promotion of the largest state of Mexico, Chihuahua. 
    Oaxaca Tourism
    Official travel and tourism site of Oaxaca by Tourism Development Secretariat (in Spanish)
    Maya Yucatán
    Official visitors guide of Yucatán.


    City-Guides
    Mexico City Guide
    Information and tips to enjoy Mexico City: sightseeing, services, events, culture, history, shows - for pleasure travel and business travel.

    Imagenes Aereas de México
    Must see Aerial Photographs of Mexico City.

    Acapulco
    Official tourism site of the port city of Acapulco.
    Campeche
    Official visitors guide to the colonial Spanish city of Campeche.
    Cancun
    Travel and Tour Guide to the Mexican Caribbean tourist resort Cancun.
    Guadalajara
    Official guide to the second most populous city in Mexico.
    Mazatlán
    Official site of the city of Mazatlán, the popular tourist destination.
    Monterrey
    Official Website of the city of Monterrey in the Extremadura Valley.
    Tijuana Online
    Official City of Tijuana tourism, hotels and vacations guide.


    Kids
    Mexico for Kids
    Mexico's official site for Kids with information on the country, history, myths and traditions.
     




    Education


    National Autonomous University of Mexico
    The Mexican National University, founded in 1910.
    Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
    Universidad de las Américas
    Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara
    Universidad de Guadalajara
    Guadalajara, Jalisco, founded 1792.
     
     

    Environment - Environmental organizations Mexico


    Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales (CONANP)
    Official website of the National Commission of Protected Nature Areas in Mexico. Includes information about the Commission, lists of the protected nature areas in the country. (in Spanish)

    Secretaría del Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales - Semarnat
    Official site of the Secretariat of Environment and Nature Resources with extensive information on nature resources and environmental issues in Mexico. (in Spanish)

    Centro Ecólogico Akumal
    CEA's monitors the impact of development on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef ecosystems.

    Greenpeace Mexico
    The Mexican section of Greenpeace.

    Institute of Ecology Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
    Research on Evolutionary Ecology, Functional Ecology, and Applied Ecology.
     
    mexican desert
    Somewhere on the Journey to Ixtlan
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    Pueblo Cholula and Popocatepetl, MexicoCholula with Popocatepetl
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    Archaeological zone of Cantona with with the Oyameles-Zaragoza mountains
    Archaeological zone of Cantona with the Oyameles-Zaragoza mountains in background, Puebla, Mexico. In prehispanic times the site was a fortified city probably built by Olmec-Xicalanca natives.
    Image: Comisión Mexicana de Filmaciones

    History


    History of Mexico
    Outline of Mexico's History and links to additional information on the history of Mexico.
     
     

    Indigenous Peoples


    Abya Yala Net
    Information on Indigenous peoples in Mexico, Central, and South America.
    Aztec History Mexico
    The Aztecs of Mexico and their history.
    Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional
    Zapatista National Liberation Front.
    Instituto Nacional Indigenista
    Federal government institution with information about Mexican tribes (in Spanish).
    Mexico Solidarity Network
    Coalition of over 80 organizations struggling for human rights, economic justice and democracy in the United States and Mexico.
    Servicio Internacional para la Paz - SIPAZ
    Coalition of organizations to support the peace process in Chiapas.
    TravelChiapas.com
    A guide to people and lands of Chiapas Mexico.
     Zapatistas in Cyberspace
    The international circulation through the Net of the struggles of the Zapatistas in Chiapas.
     
    Dancer in prehispanic period costume.
    Indigenous Dancer in prehispanic period costume.
    © visitmexicopress.com



     

    Search

    Mexico Online
    Mexican Search Directory.
    México Web Guide
    México index.

    Sources and additional Information on Mexico


    BBC Country Profile: Mexico

    Amnesty International: Mexico

    FAO: Mexico

    GlobalEDGE: Mexico

    The Heritage Foundation: Mexico


    Human Rights Watch: Mexico

    OEC: Mexico

    Reporters Without Borders: Mexico

    Wikipedia: Mexico

    The World Factbook -- Mexico

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