Mexican ddating culture
Another relevant cultural division is that between the central template highlands (the altiplano) and the much more humid mountainous regions (the sierras) and coastal plains.In many parts of Mexico this division parallels the relative presence of indigenous populations, with the sierra regions being the most indigenous.It has traditionally housed only small indigenous populations and is generally regarded as a frontier culture.Densely populated central and western Mexico is the cradle of the nation.
People identify closely with their own state; stereotypes about people from other places abound.
Strong regional and local identities have given rise to the idea that there exist "many Mexicos." Nevertheless, even though Mexican culture is diverse, there is also a strong identification with the nation-state; nationalism is vigorous. Mexico is situated in North America, although culturally, it is identified more closely with Central and South American countries.
Southern Mexico has a tropical or subtropical climate and some rain forest.
It is characterized by a strong indigenous heritage and is also the poorest part of the country.
The word "Mexico" is derived from Mexica (pronounced "Me-shee-ka"), the name for the indigenous group that settled in central Mexico in the early fourteenth century and is best known as the Aztecs.
Mexicans make several cultural subdivisions within the nation.