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TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN THE STATE OF MORELOS, MEXICO

By Dr. James J. Horn Morelos is Mexico’s second smallest state but one of its most appealing tourist destinations. Located on the border of the Federal District in south-central Mexico, it is only a 90-minute drive from the Mexico City airport and two and a half hours from Acapulco. Its near-perfect year-round climate has attracted visitors since the days of

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¡Ven al carnaval de Tepoztlán y llénate de diversión, magia y cultura!

El Estado de Morelos es rico en cultura, muestra de ello son los carnavales de la región. Los Carnavales inician a principios de cada año y cabe mencionar que son festejos espectaculares y de gran colorido, populares, pintorescos y muy alegres que bien vale la pena asistir, además de que viene mucha gente de diferentes lugares de nuestro País incluso

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Carnivals at Morelos 2018, visit all of them!

Carnival of Jiutepec From January 18 to 23, 2018 On Thursday, January 25 the carnival of Jiutepec begins (the first carnival of the year in the state of Morelos), starting with the “Procession of the Widows” and later with the traditional “Jump of the Chinelo”, which will take place until January 29 from 10:00 at the morning in the Zócalo

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“Festival Nacional del Globo, Tequesquitengo 2017” Another Adventure of our students from Putney School

On Saturday, October 21 our students from Putney School attended at the National Balloon and Music Festival 2017, carried out in Mexico Gardens, Teqesquitengo, Morelos. The main attraction of this event was the flights in aerostatic balloons started to inflate at 6:00 am and then those began to take off at 7:00 am.     At 9:00 a.m. the other activities

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Today, we celebrate at Spanish School Uninter the Mexican Independence

Today September 15, we celebrate in Uninter the day of the beginning of the Mexican independence, and this time our students from Spanish School Uninter attended to this event which helps them to know more about the traditions of Mexico, their music, and their typical dances In Mexico, we are accustomed to celebrates on September 15 the day of the

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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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International students discovered the Mexican history at “Xochicalco Ruins Tour”

The past Saturday, our students of Spanish School Uninter visited the Xochicalco Pyramids, located in Miacatlán, Morelos, by the “Club Amigo” program. In this excursion, they learned more about Xochicalco ruins, a Nahuatl name that means: Place of the House of Flowers. Xochicalco appears after the desertion of Teotihuacan, to hold the economic and political power in the region. This place

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