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Luke Perrone

Mexico Flag

Green signifies hope joy and love, white stands for peace and honesty, while red represents Strength, & Bravery.


Languages Spoken There?

Of course they speak Spanish, that is there born, given language, but they also speak English there and thats really it..


Population In Mexico?

There current population in mexico is 120.8 million people living there today


Main Religons

The Catholic Church is the dominant religion in Mexico, with about 82.7% of the population as of 2010. In recent decades the number of Catholics has been declining, due to the growth of other Christian denominations


Currency

Mexican Peso is Mexico's currency. In mexico 1 US dollar is 12.93 Mexican Peso.


Sports?

Mexicans like baseball, and Soccer/ Fútbol.


Two Famous People.

Theres Carlos Santana that was a Guitarist who blended rock with Latin American music and won the Best Rock Album Award and the Album of the Year Award for Supernatural in 2000 & theres Salma Hayek Fiery Mexican actress who gave a memorable performance in Frida in 2002

Two (Living) Famous People.

There's Sin Cara, he is 30 & Born Luis Ignascio Urive Alvirde, Mistico gained fame on WWE as the protege of Fray Tormenta, & theres Alder To Del Rio, he is 36 & Born Alberto Rodriguez, this Mexican professional wrestler has won the WWE Championship twice.


Three Places To Go.

Puerto Vallarta

Nestled among the Sierra Madre Mountains and providing more than 40 miles of coastline, Puerto Vallarta offers a plethora of outdoor activities set against a scenic backdrop. Plus, the city is a cultural mecca for art, cuisine, and music, which is why it's not surprising so many readers claim this as their number one spot for a tropical getaway.

Isla Mujeres

Located just a short ferry ride from the hustle and bustle of hip and happening Cancun, Isla Mujeres couldn't feel farther away. The small island is a favorite among readers for its historic charm and laid-back atmosphere. Plus, there are plenty of places to shop, eat, drink, or take a siesta.

Zihuatanejo

Referred to as the perfect escape in the movie, Shawshank Redemption, Zahuatanijo lives up to its Hollywood fame. The small fishing village sits about 15 minutes from the lively city of Ixtapa, making it the perfect place to unwind yet still be near all the action. Our readers love the dual options of the two cities, as well as the laid-back atmosphere.