The vision of Loving Mexico is to explore the rich history and culture of Mexico to help the world discover the true soul of Mexico through deeply informative videos and writings. We strive to bring the most original, creative and colorful content to you so you may truly see the real heart and soul of Mexico.
Nuestra visión en Loving Mexico, Queriendo a Mexico, es explorar la rica historia y cultura de Mexico y ayudar al mundo a descubrir la verdadera alma de Mexico, a través de videos informativos. Nos esforzaremos en traerles el contenido más original, creativo y colorido para que verdaderamente pueda ver el corazón y el alma de Mexico.
The Mission of Loving Mexico is to become the foremost resource of information, exploring and sharing Mexican culture and history. Loving Mexico’s intention is to increase knowledge, interest and love for Mexico strengthening the social relationship between Mexico and the rest of the world.
La misión de Loving Mexico, Queriendo a Mexico es llegar a ser el principal recurso informativo, explorando y compartiendo la cultura e Historia Mexicana. La intención de Loving Mexico, Queriendo a Mexico es incrementar el conocimiento, interés y amor por Mexico. Fortaleciendo, las relaciones sociales entre Mexico y el resto del Mundo.
MAGIC AND COLOR IN WOVEN WOOL RUGS Many years ago the artisans in Oaxaca elaborated rugs with neutral colors, but at the beginning of 1960, the artisans started dying the wool using plants, and this has given them access to
Mexican Independence Day Today all of Mexico is partying, our traditions, our culture, our gastronomy, our music, our unique parties, there are thousands of reasons to feel proud of this wonderful country and shout long live Mexico.
Textiles and Alebrijes TEXTILES IN OAXACA Textiles are famous in Mexico, and Oaxaca has beautiful examples of different textiles. The different techniques used by the master artisans for the confection of each piece were rescued from the popular
Monte Alban MONTALBAN THE ZAPOTEC AND MIXTEC CIVILIZATION Is located 8 kilometers from the City of Oaxaca, it was the capital city of the Zapotecs and one of the first cities in Mesoamerica. It was founded in 500 BC.
Oaxaca de Juarez Just recently, I went to Oaxaca. This beautiful state has so many exciting places to visit and such a fascinating history that I would like to share with you, as well as the different activities during our