The capital of México is México D.F.
The Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) is a famous cultural center in Mexico City. It has hosted some of the most important events in music, dance, theatre, opera and literature and has held important exhibitions of painting, sculpture and photography.
Mexicans usually wear typical American clothes.
A typical cultural outfit for women includes a skirt, a sleeveless tunic called a “huipil,” a closed shoulder cape called a “quechquémitl” and a kind of shawl called a “rebozo.”
The traditional clothing style for men is more European-influenced. Both the trousers and shirts worn by men were in the European style, but men often wore a cape called a "sarape."
The climate in México is very hot and humid. It is usually sunny. If you want to compare the seasons of México to the US, instead of spring, summer, autumn and winter, most of Mexico has only two seasons: wet and dry.
The green stripe on the flag represents hope. The white stripe represents purity and the red stripe represents the color of blood for those who have died fighting for México's independence.
According to tradition, the Aztecs were a tribe in northern Mexico who followed a prophecy. They said that they should make their home where they saw an eagle perched on a cactus while eating a snake. They wandered until they came to a lake in central Mexico, where they saw the eagle and founded the city of Tenochtitlán
Tamales and posole are very popular foods in México.
The population of México is about 124,925,709 people. The ethnicity groups of México are the Mestizos, Amerindian/Native Americans, White (European) Mexicans, Black Mexicans, and Arab or Levantine Mexicans.