Mexico

Mexico is the third biggest country in North America. It is situated in south of the United States of America. It occupies territory of 1 972 550 sq.km. It has population of around 109 000 000 people.

popocatepetl mexicoOfficial language is Spanish, the currency – Mexican Peso (MXN). The capital – Mexico city – is considered to be the biggest city in the world. The population of the agglomeration is more than 30 000 000! The country borders on the north by USA, on the south by Guatemala and Belize, on the west by the Pacific and on the east – by the Caribbean sea.Mexico is member of G-20. The country is among the biggest and richest in the world and it possess great natural resources.

cancun view from aboveMexico, possess some of the most beautiful beaches on the North American continent. Undoubtedly, the best of them can be found on the peninsula of Yucatan. One of the most visited resorts is situated namely here. Its name is Cancun. It occupies the north-east most beautiful corner of the peninsula, in the state Quintana-Roo.

acapulco beach mexicoHere you can find snow-white sand, incredible limpid water, coco palms and a lot of sun shine. The clean water can help you if you wish to see the amazing coral reefs that are spread not far of the coast. Water sports, natural and man made land marks and the superb local cuisine can make your vacation unforgettable.

sity scenery mexico cityExcept Cancun, other one important tourist destination of Mexico is Acapulco. This is the Mexican Riviera. During the second half of the 20th century Acapulco and Saint Tropes both are the most attractive places on the planet. Acapulco shows to the world how exotic and beautiful the Mexican nature is. Well-off people from all over the world come here to spend their holiday. Despite today Cancun bear the palm, Acapulco is classic. The picturesque relief, coco palms, the golden sand on the beaches, as well as the amazing, luxury villas, continue to draw the rich and famous people’s attention.

coco palm tree mexicoThe climate of Mexico is various, but as a whole warm. Mexico gets into the borders of three climate zones. The northern-most part of the country is occupied by the subtropical climate zone. The biggest part gets into the tropical climate zone. On the Pacific coast, in the southern-most part of the country the climate is subequatorial. The climate in the high mountains is cold. In the higher peaks can be seen snow cover all year around.

mexico city skyscrapersIn the subtropical climate zone the summer is long and hot, and the winter short and mild. The main part of the precipitations, fall between January and March, but as a whole are scanty. The subtropics in Mexico are dry and sunny. In this reason the main part of the subtropics are occupied by deserts. The daily temperatures in Tijuana are around 18 – 19 °C in January and February. In the summer months the average daily temperatures are around 25 °C, but easy can reach 40 °C. The climate in the northern parts of Mexico reminds the southern Mediterranean and Morocco.

mexico cityIn the tropical climate zone is very hot all year around. The daily temperatures in Cancun vary between 27 °C in January and 32 °C in July and August. The precipitations are significant all year around. The driest month is April and rainiest is October. Cancun is a real paradise and this is the most attractive destination in North America. The tropical areas of Mexico are most attractive to the tourist during the winter months.

mexican beachThe southern-most parts of Mexico get into the subequatorial climate zone. In Acapulco, on the Pacific coast the temperatures are steady all year around. The average daily temperatures are 31 °C in January and 33 °C in August. The precipitations are periodical. The rainy season lasts from May to November. The other six months of the year are the dry season.

pyramide mexicoThe capital Mexico City is situated on an altitude of around 2000m and this make the local climate to be cooler. Despite the city gets into the tropical climate zone the conditions are nice and bearable. The daily temperatures are between 21 and 27 °C all year around, but the night temperatures are lower – around 6 °C in January and 12 °C in July. From May to October the rainfalls are significant. The other part of the year is comparatively dry. The days are coolest in January and warmest in May. The significant altitude makes the climate to be nice and easy bearable. The tropical heats are not typical for Mexico City.

typical mexican streetMexico has significant water resources. The biggest river of the country, pass through the border between Mexico and USA. Its name is Rio Grande (Big River). It flows into the Gulf of Mexico.

street mexicoThe relief of Mexico is mountainous. The same mountain ranges that pass through the territory of USA and Canada, pass also ant through the territory of Mexico. The mountains are famous as Siera Madre. It consist of two ranges – eastern and western. The name of the eastern mountain range is Siera Madre Oriental and the name of the western – Siera Madre Oxidental. The highest point of Mexico is Orisaba peak – 5700m above sea level.

near by tijuana mexicoOne of the flattest relief forms of the country is the peninsula of Yucatan in the south-east parts of Mexico. Here you can the most beautiful beaches and the most popular resort – Cancun. In this area has been flourished one of the most amazing world civilizations – the civilization of the Mayas. The legendary tiered pyramids are hit among the tourists and remain to the greatness of the Mayas. The relief as well as the animal and plant species remain to the species that can be found in the peninsula of Florida, USA. Unfortunately, Yucatan as well as Florida are often hit by the powerful hurricanes. This natural disaster draw its incredible energy of the warm waters of the Caribbean sea.

coco palms cancun mexicoMexico is rich of minerals. In the last few years the country has leading role to the world economic scene because of its enormous petrol resources. The country has oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico waters. The conditions sometimes require the workers to be evacuated of the oil rigs for greater security because of the passing through the waters of the Gulf of Mexico dangerous hurricanes.

acapulco mexicoThe population of Mexico is around 103 000 000 people. The country is the second most populated on the continent after USA. As a whole the majority of the population is consist of native Indians mixed by the emigrants of Spain. Today the cuisine and culture of Mexico are incredible. The atmosphere on the streets of Mexico is the same as in Andalusia, Spain. Not only because of the fiery sunsets, but and the temperament of the natives. The cuisine is similar to the country – spicy and delicious. In the Mexican cuisine usually are used fairly hot spices.

cancun beachTo the 90-ties of the 20th century the biggest city in the world was on the territory of Mexico – that was Mexico City. Today it has population of around 22 000 000 people, but in the last years more attractive are the smaller but also fast growing cities in the country. In this reason the population of this city increases more slowly. The problems of such a huge city are not few. Today Mexico City is the second largest after Tokyo, Japan. Even knowing that it is one of the most polluted cities in the world, you can’t imagine the countless automobiles that move along the streets every day. In some parts of the capital the air is so polluted that the people can’t open the windows.

mexico city nightOf course this fact is valid only about the central parts of the city but not for the luxury suburbs with huge and sophisticated villas of the well-off citizens. On the other hand Mexico City is very attractive for business and investment. The modern glass skyscrapers are home to offices of some of the biggest companies in the world. The city is center of the Mexican film industry and world capital of the soap operas. Except Mexico City other big and significant economic centers of Mexico are Veracruz, Monterey, Guadalajara, Acapulco, Tampico, Puebla, Merida, Cancun and so on.


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