Interesting Facts About Mexico for Kids

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Interesting Facts About Mexico for Kids
Mexican Flag and Pinata ("The Proud Mini-Piñata" is Copyrighted by Flickr user: maveric2003 (Eric Chan) under the Creative Commons Attribution license.)

Mexico is a richly diverse country where the indigenous tribes of the region along with the Spanish influence have created a unique culture. In Mexico, you will find ancient ruins, picturesque beaches, bustling modern cities and everything in between.


In North America, Mexico is the southern neighbour to the United States. Mexico is approximately three times the size of the state of Texas.


Mexico has the eleventh largest population of any country in the world. The average number of people living in a house is seven to ten people.


The currency used in Mexico is the Mexican peso. The bills are printed in various colours such as pink, blue and green.


Corn is one of the most common foods in Mexico. It is used to make tortillas which are eaten daily by most people. Tortillas are usually a substitute for bread. Other common foods are tacos, tamales, stew and beans.


The major holidays celebrated in Mexico are Christmas, New Year's, Easter and Independence Day on September 16th.


The most popular sport in Mexico is soccer, known as fútbol. Another common sport is bullfighting.

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