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December 12 2010 Mexico Newsletter

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A Day in Colonial Morelia
Morelia, the state capital of Michoacan, a Unesco World Heritage Site, is a colonial masterpiece. Only a few hours from Guadalajara and Mexico City, this vibrant, cultured, and well-preserved city is not on many foreign tourists destination maps. However, it really should be!

Yesterday, the Mexico site released another new featured article:

MercadoLibre Latin America's Ebay

??????? Question of the week ???????

Who is affectionately known to the Mexican people as La Morenita?

Answer to last week's question:

Valladolid, after the Spanish city of that name, was the name originally given to Morelia when it was founded in 1541. Its name was changed to Morelia in 1828 in honor of Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon, a local hero of Mexico's Independence movement.
Valladolid is also the name of a touristed city in the state of Yucatan.

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