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Mexico | The World’s Largest Spanish-Speaking Country

Traditional Mexican Mariachi dance.
Discover Mexico’s unique culture and traditions.

Mexico, which is located just south of the United States of America, is considered to be the 4th largest country in the Americas, and is considered as the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world with a population of about 129 million people.

Mexico has one of the most beautiful women in the world, owing most of their Latina beauty to the influence of Spain during the Spanish era. These beautiful women are among the most ideal brides because of their good upbringing and culture.

Since Mexico’s culture is diverse, understanding Mexican culture should start from the beginning when ancient people first roamed the country. Mexico is considered to be one of the Six Cradles of Civilization. Meaning, one of the earliest known civilizations developed from the country.

These civilizations molded the culture and traditions of Mexico during the pre-European era.

The History of Mexico

Mexico’s history has roots in many ancient civilizations. More than 10,000 years ago, many Mesoamerican civilizations such as the Aztec, Maya, Olmec, Teotihuacan, among others, were spread throughout Mexico. These were one of the earliest known civilizations in the world. Hence, Mexico is considered as one of the Six Cradles of Civilization.

The Aztecs, like the Mayan civilization, were renowned for their ancient pyramid structures. These geometric structures were distinctly similar to the pyramids in Egypt and were said to have a symbolic meaning. Though not much is known of these ancient civilizations, scientists who studied them found that these ancient people grew crops such as maize, beans, and peppers.

In 1521, Mexico was conquered in the name of the Viceroyalty of New Spain. The arrival of Spain led to the establishment of Roman Catholicism in the country. The Roman Catholic Church played a big role in governing the country, where more than 80% of the people of Mexico were converted to Catholicism.

The Spanish rule endured for roughly 300 years. Under the Spanish regime, Mexico adopted Spanish as its major language. Hence, becoming the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world. During this era, Mexican women were able to gain rights that would equal those of men. Women in Mexico earned a voice that was not available to them in the past.

The once pagan people of Mexico have also become devout Christians with cultures and traditions that stem from Christianity. The birth of Jesus Christ, for example is celebrated throughout Mexico every year. Christmas has become a very important tradition that Mexicans adopted customs from both Europe and the United States when it comes to holidays like Christmas.

The Culture and Traditions of Mexico

Culture and traditions vary from country to country. Depending on their history, some may be influenced by other countries’ culture and traditions such as when one country occupies another for a time. Mexico, for example, has been greatly influenced by Spanish culture due to its 300-year rule of the country.

Here are several interesting facts about Mexican culture:

  • Religion
  • During the Spanish rule of Mexico, Roman Catholicism was introduced to the country. Much of the country’s population were converted to Catholicism and about 80% became devout followers of the faith. Besides Roman Catholicism, other religions that comprise Mexico are: Jews, Seventh Day Adventists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, among others. About 3.5% of the entire population has no religion.

  • Architecture
  • Even though Mexico was founded by the ancient civilizations that roamed the country more than 10,000 years ago, their form of architecture were never able to influence Mexico’s architecture. The only structures that bear the unique form of architecture that the ancient civilizations used are the Mayan and Aztec pyramids.

    Spanish architecture, on the other hand, influenced most of Mexico’s structures. Spanish Baroque type of architecture was dominant during the Spanish era. During the late 17th century, Churrigueresque became a popular form of architecture, which was made famous by the Spanish architect and sculptor, Jose de Churriguera.

  • Food
  • Food is the most important necessity in any civilization. It defines how a group of people live. During ancient times, it was found that the ancient people of Mexico grew crops from farms such as maize and pepper. This practice has been handed down from generations even during the rule of Spain and is still being practiced today.

    Spanish influence is also evident in Mexican cuisine. Popular Spanish foods include tacos, enchiladas, tamales, and tequila.

  • Holidays
  • Most holidays that Mexicans celebrate are influenced by the Spanish culture. Because of Christianity, Mexicans celebrate the birth of Christ, which is called Navidad in Spanish. Noche Buena is celebrated the night before Christmas.

    Other holidays that the people of Mexico celebrate are All Saints’ Day, All Souls’ Day, New Years Day, and the like.

When you do visit Mexico in the near future, it is important to understand Mexican culture and traditions a little bit better to make the most out of your trip. With our resources, you can be sure that your next trip to Mexico is a memorable one.

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