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Simon Bolivar - Liberator
From wealthy orphan to impoverished hero, Simon Bolivar lead an extraordinary life of sacrifice to gain freedom for South America. He was far ahead of his time politically and socially. There are hundreds of places named in Bolivar’s honor and monuments built in homage to him all over the world.

Cinco de Mayo Fiesta!
Cinco de Mayo is the anniversary of the famous Battle of Puebla. Though not an important battle, it was memorable. Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of an improbable triumph against overwhelming odds. Over the years, it has become an occasion to celebrate Mexican identity, music, dance and food.

Macho, a term that is often used to describe a man as aggressively virile, has noble roots in the Nahuatl language of the Indians of Latin America. In Nahuatl, macho refers to a wise, exemplary leader with no reference to gender. In Iberia, macho refers to a brave, wise and strong leader.

Frida and Diego - Mexican Passion and Art
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were Mexico's most famous Modernist painters of the twentieth century. The couple, passionate in their love and infidelities, were most passionate about advancing each other in their art.

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