As part of the 210th anniversary of the struggle for Mexican Independence, discover the role of women as shapers of the nation's destiny.
A brief history of the most important lighthouses in Mexico and beyond, highlighting their relevance, development, and the meaning of navigation.
Discover how, through their works, the Sanromán sisters questioned and overcame the traditional place relegated to women in the artistic field.
"Mexico is one of the countries on my list, but the years go by without me having time to visit it," Julio Cortázar.
In the late 1930s, the Soviet secret service was ordered to eliminate Trotsky. Stalin's greatest enemy was the target of two attacks. The second would succeed.
This is a list of things that Mexico gave to the world, without many even knowing their origin.
Mexican Talavera pottery is considered one of the most distinguished craft traditions in the country, due to its delicate elaboration.
More than 7,000 languages are spoken in the world, of which some 6,700 are indigenous languages: 40% of them are at risk of disappearing at an alarming rate.
The names Sofía and Santiago were the most popular in Mexico for girls and boys, respectively, for the second consecutive year, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI).