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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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Discover the traditions of Morelos: “La Feria de Tlaltenango”

Tlaltenango is an avenue in Cuernavaca City, whose name comes from the Nahuatl Language Tlalli: Earth, Tenamitl: Wall and Co: In; which it means: “On the wall of the earth”. Was since 1523, when Hernán Cortés began to build the Church of “The Lord St. Jose and the Lord of Mercy”; the only surviving vestige of the Vice-Royal epoch that

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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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“Cuernavaca Walking Tour” Induction and orientation course

Another semester at Spanish School Uninter! As a part of the induction and orientation that we offer, last Friday our exchange students from 12 countries (Belgium, France, Turkey, Brazil, Germany, Holland, USA, Italy, South Korea, Greece, Austria, Switzerland) had a walking tour around the downtown of Cuernavaca! They left from Uninter and then they took the bus in direction to

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For two weeks Kevin Lett has been at the Spanish School at Universidad Internacional (UNINTER). He is from Alberta, Canada and is learning Spanish through the Intensive Spanish Program.  “All the teachers and the classes are excellent, I definitely go back” he said. He has also had the opportunity to know the Mexican culture through the different trips that Spanish

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Paola Diaz Tracy with Mexican roots in our Spanish school Uninter

For three weeks Paola Diaz Tracy has been at the the Spanish school at Universidad Internacional (Uninter) She is from Seattle Washington and she is learning Spanish. She has Mexican roots and she is very proud of it, she is a Barista in Starbucks and she is helping out right here in our cafeteria to train our baristas, she wants

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