Mexico has a rich and diverse cultural landscape deeply rooted in its indigenous heritage, intertwined with Spanish colonial influences, and influenced by various global cultures. This unique blend creates a vibrant tapestry of traditions, arts, music, cuisine, and celebrations.
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Natural Landmarks in Mexico
Baja California is an arid peninsula in northwestern Mexico. It is bounded north by the United States, east by the Gulf of California, and south and west by the Pacific Ocean. It is separated from the mainland by the Gulf of California, also known as the Sea of Cortez or Vermilion Sea.
Copper Canyon is a series of six interconnected canyons formed by six rivers that drain the western side of the Sierra Tarahumara, a spectacular mountainous region located within the Sierra Madre Occidental in northwestern Mexico.