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Mexico

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Katie Frentress

on 26 May 2010

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Transcript of Mexico

Mexico Population of Mexico 95% OF THE POPULATION
CLAIM TO BE CHRISTIANS With 89% claiming to be Roman Catholics Mexico's government: Federal Republic Cabo San Lucas
is one of the many tourist
attractions in Mexico. A few attractions include:
Swimming with dolphins
Snorkeling
Deep Sea Fishing
Spending the day at
one of Cabo's relaxing beaches El Arco de Cabo San Lucas
A popular tourist sight 111,211,789 Official Language:
Spanish Mexico's Agricultural Products Corn
Wheat
Soybeans
Rice
Coffee
Beans
Cotton
Dairy Products
Wood Products
Fruit
Tomatoes
Beef
Poultry Official Name: United Mexico States Mexican Food ~Cinco de Mayo~ The Fifth of May Cinco de Mayo is sometimes confused
with Mexico's Independence Day, which
is September 16th. Cinco de Mayo is celebrated
to remember the defeat of
the French army at the Battle
of Puebla in 1862. Cinco de Mayo is mainly
celebrated in the state of Puebla
in Mexico. Although it is celebrated
widely accross the United
States as a representation of
Mexican pride and heritage. Ser pan comido It's a piece of cake
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