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March 17 2011 Mexico Newsletter

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Have you ever seen a performance of Mexican folkloric dancing?
Perhaps I can add a colorful folk dance costume to my ever expanding Mexican "art museum" as some certainly are flamboyantly beautiful. Any suggestions as to which one I should get? Do I have enough room for one? Maybe! If not, I could always make room for it. I hope...

Mexican Folkloric Dances
Perhaps the country's most representative and most popular performing art form is Mexican folkloric dancing. Known as bailes regionales, these colorful and highly stylized dance and musical performances are creative expressions of Mexico's ancient and more contemporaneous past.

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

What city that is a favorite weekend getaway for Mexico City residents is called
"the place of eternal spring"?

Answer from last week's question:

The folk dance "The Dance of the Iguana" is representative of the sultry and tropical South Pacific state of Guerrero.

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