Sources of information about Mexico include the CIA's online World Factbook page about the country and the English-language website of the current Mexican presidential administration at en.presidencia.gob.mx. About.com a... More »

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The main draw in Tulum, Mexico, is Tulum National Park and its Mayan ruins, but there is also a quiet inland town and a beach area with laid-back resorts. Most visitors stay in Cancun and join a tour or take the 80-minut... More »

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Civilization in Mexico traces its roots back to the Olmecs, a people who settled along the Gulf of Mexico near the modern-day state of Veracruz. The Olmec people controlled that area of Mexico from between 1200 B.C. and ... More »

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The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency publishes The World Factbook online, which is a compilation of information about every country in the world. Facts included for each country include the country’s history, people, eco... More »

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Before traveling to Cancun, Mexico, or anywhere else in the country, travelers should check the website of the United States Department of State for travel advisories. As of July 2015, there are no advisories in effect f... More »

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Mexico is a country that is on the continent of North America. Mexico’s location in North America is south of the United States and north of the Central American countries of Belize and Guatemala. More »

Mexico is a country with a diverse range of landforms, from the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain range, which stretches from the northern part of the country to the south, to the Gulf Coastal Plain, which lays eastward o... More »