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  1. Mexico - Wikipedia

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    Mexico (Spanish: México ; Nahuan languages: Mēxihco), officially the United Mexican States (Spanish: Estados Unidos Mexicanos; EUM [esˈtaðos uˈniðoz mexiˈkanos] ), is a country in the southern portion of North America.

  2. Mexican Spanish - Wikipedia

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    (May 2020) Mexican Spanish (Spanish: español mexicano) is a set of varieties of the Spanish language as spoken in Mexico and in some parts of the United States and Canada. Spanish was brought to Mexico in the 16th century by Spanish Conquistadors.

    • 129 million (2015), L2: 7,790,000 in Mexico (2015)
    • Mexico, United States
  3. Mexico (Spanish: México; official name: United Mexican States Spanish: Estados Unidos Mexicanos, listen (help · info)) is a country in North America. Mexico is south of Texas, California and other American states. Guatemala and Belize are south of Mexico. Mexico is between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.

    • - Mestizo 70%, - White 15%, - Indigenous 9.8%, - Other 1%
    • Mexican
    • 68 indigeneous languages
    • Spanish
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  5. Spaniards in Mexico - Wikipedia

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    Important Spanish schools remain in Mexico, such as Colegio Madrid of Mexico City, a scholarly institute founded in 1941 by Spanish immigrants and Mexican teachers. This is a private school for elementary education.

  6. Mexico City - Wikipedia

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    Mexico City (Spanish: Ciudad de México, locally [sjuˈða(ð) ðe ˈmexiko] ; abbreviated as CDMX; Nahuatl languages: Āltepētl Mēxihco) is the capital and largest city of Mexico and the most-populous city in North America. Mexico City is one of the most important cultural and financial centres in the world.

    • 2,240 m (7,350 ft)
    • Mexico
  7. Culture of Mexico - Wikipedia

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    The Spanish arrival and colonization brought Roman Catholicism to the country, which became the main religion of Mexico. Mexico is a secular state, and the Constitution of 1917 and anti-clerical law imposed limitations on the church and sometimes codified state intrusion into church matters.

  8. Name of Mexico - Wikipedia

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    Some parts of Puebla, Morelos and Hidalgo were also part of Spanish-era Mexico. In 1821, the continental part of New Spain seceded from Spain during the Trienio Liberal , in which Agustin de Iturbide marched triumphantly with his Army of the Three Guarantees (religion, independence, and unity).

  9. México - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    ↑Artículo 4.° de la Ley General de Derechos Lingüísticos de los Pueblos Indígenas. [15] ↑ Considerando 3 269 386 km² de Zona Económica Exclusiva la superficie total de México es 5 233 761 km².

  10. Spanish Wikipedia - Wikipedia

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    | author = }} The Spanish Wikipedia (Spanish: Wikipedia en español) is a Spanish-language edition of Wikipedia, a free, online encyclopedia. It has 1,630,447 articles. Started in May 2001, it reached 100,000 articles on March 8, 2006 and 1,000,000 articles on May 16, 2013.

  11. Racism in Mexico - Wikipedia

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    Spanish immigrants were common from the late 19th century until 1950 and experienced xenophobia and hispanophobia. They were blamed for many of the problems in Mexico from the late 1800's on, and they were equated with being rich, or as landlords, while also being seen as benefiting from "privileged immigration".