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The Dahlia flower is the symbol of Mexican floriculture. The president of Mexico, Adolfo Lopez Mateos, declared the dahlia to be the official flower of Mexico on May 13, 1963.

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There is no single national dress of Mexico. Ceremonial Mexican dress designs vary depending on religion and history, the region of the country and the type of celebration.

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A list of flowers might include the names of the state flowers, starting with the states on the Pacific Ocean. Alaska's state flower is the forget-me-not, Hawaii's flower is the yellow hibiscus, and California's flower i...

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Mexico has several national animals. The golden eagle is the national bird, the jaguar is the national mammal, the xoloitzcuintli is the national dog and the green turtle is the national reptile.

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Mexico is located in the Western Hemisphere. It is a country that is part of the North American continent.

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The climate of Mexico depends on the region, largely varying between hot and dry, hot and humid and areas with heavy rainfall. In the northern regions and regions at high altitude, freezing winter temperatures and snow-c...

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Mexico is located on the continent of North America. It is bordered by the United States on the north, the Gulf of Mexico on the east, the North Pacific Ocean on the west and Guatemala and Belize on the south.

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