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COME TO MORELOS AND TASTE ALL THE DELICIOUS TYPICAL DISHES FROM DIFFERENT VILLAGES! (Part 3)

Tepoztlán village: In the village of Tepoztlán, the best place to eat is in the market located in front of the convent, where you can eat: Itacates Green Mole  Tamales of Butter Gorditas stuffed with cream, sauce, and grated cheese   Puente de Ixtla village: In this place you can found more typical dishes: Enchiladas of peanut Nopales in Guajillo

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Come to Morelos and taste all the delicious typical dishes from different villages! (Part 2)

Tetelcingo village: It’s located at the North of Cuautla, is a town with origin Olmeca, where some people preserve the Nahuatl language; in Tetelcingo the typical dish is: Mojarras, prepared with wallpaper or fried.      Mazatepec village: In the Prehispanic period, Mazatepec was an important part of the religious and political center of Xochicalco, it counts with a great variety of typical

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Come to Morelos and taste all the delicious typical dishes from different villages!

Morelos is a state rich in agriculture, its climate and the natural conditions benefit the development of the crop of the nopal, sorghum, corn and sugar cane. On the livestock production stands the bird meat, mojarra, bass, trout, and catfish. The Morelense gastronomy offers a lot of delicious culinary dishes that you can be found in the traditional markets or in

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Ex estudiante organiza su primer grupo en la Universidad internacional, ¡bienvenidos Vilonia eagles!

Ex estudiante organiza su primer grupo en la Universidad internacional Bienvenidos Taylor es una ex estudiante de la escuela de español de la Universidad Internacional que ha iniciado exitosamente su vida profesional como Profesora de español en Vilonia high School, en Arkansas. Acompañada de su colega Jessica, Tayor muy pronto estará en Cuernavaca con su primer grupo de estudiantes. Su programa

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Language comes alive for LT Spanish students: Chicago Tribune

Over spring break, 34 Lyons Township High School students and two teachers travelled to Cuernavaca, Mexico, a city of 1.5 million people located about 70 miles south of Mexico City, and were completely immersed in the Mexican culture and language. Students attended classes at the Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca, a specialty school of linguistics. They studied in small classes, with anywhere

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