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Progress of the Mazatlan International Carnival 2019

Progress of the Mazatlan International Carnival 2019

The Director of the Institute Cultura Mazatlan, Oscar Blancarte Pimentel, predicts that the 121st edition of the Mazatlan International Carnival will surprise everyone and is proof  of that he shared some advances that we will enjoy from February 27 to March 5 in the...

Commemorative Medals of the Great Pacific Marathon Mazatlan 2018

The Great Pacific Marathon this year it will celebrate its twentieth edition and without a doubt the people who have made it possible are the athletes and relatives who year after year endorse it with their enthusiastic participation. It is for this reason and with...

Conservation and Release of Sea Turtles in Mazatlan

Mazatlan is one of the Mexican ports that has a program for the Conservation and Release of Sea Turtles and where we are fortunate to receive the olive ridley turtle, specie in danger of becoming extinct. Officially the Sea Turtle nesting starts on June 1 and ends in...

Christmas in Mexico

The term Christmas from the latin "Nativitas" meaning Birth, represents for some churches and congregations the date where it commemorates the birth of the Baby Jesus in Bethlehem, on December 25. This celebration involves traditions that are shared by adults and...

Origin and Traditions of Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is a beautiful tradition that is celebrated in the United States on the last Thursday of November and in Canada on the second Monday in October. But do you know what the origin of Thanksgiving is and what traditions accompany it? Read on and learn...

Dead Altars

Each family chooses to build in their homes altars of 2, 3 and the traditional of 7 levels, which represent the levels that souls must go through to reach the place of their spiritual rest. Each step of the altar should be covered with tablecloths, papel picado...

Celebration of the Day of the Dead

The altars with their offerings are one of the most representative elements of the Celebration of the Day of the Dead. In some regions of our country the altars will be begin to shape from October 28, reaching its maximum splendour on November 2. In the course of...

Day of the Dead in Mexico

The celebration of the Day of the Dead in Mexico is a tradition that dates back to the pre-hispanic era where it honors and remembers all the souls that continued their journey in the world of the dead. In that period, many Mesoamerican ethnic groups such as the...

Sinaloa will be at the National Fair of Magic Towns

Sinaloa through its Magic Towns of: El Rosario, El Fuerte, Cosala and Mocorito will be at the 5th edition of the National Fair of Magic Towns to be held from 11 to 14 October in the city of Morelia, Michoacan, which is one of the most important tourist events in...