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Mexico Arts in 18th Century

XVIII century. – According to usprivateschoolsfinder, the Churrigueresque style triumphs in architecture, that is the last and most extreme form of the Spanish Baroque. The moderate Baroque, which in the altar of the kings in the cathedral of Puebla barely presents the twisted columns in the Italian style, gradually agitates the forms, accentuating the projections… Read More »

Mexico Demographics 2014

Demography and economic geography State of North America. With its 112,336,538 residents at the 2010 census, Mexico recorded a 38% increase in population compared to the 1990 census; in 2014, UNDESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) estimated a population of 123,799,215 residents. While growth has slowed down (in the two decades 1970-90… Read More »

Working and Living in Mexico

Labor market Work permits to foreign nationals are only issued if the employer can prove that a comparable worker cannot be found on the Mexican labor market. As a rule, this only applies to skilled workers. When hiring a foreign worker, the employer must apply to the Mexican Ministry of the Interior for work and… Read More »

Mexico Urbanization

The developed urbanism of Mexico, linked in the centuries of Spanish colonization to the impulse of mining activities, has been determined, in recent times, by the demographic pressure in the countryside and by the parallel process of industrialization. In the second half of the twentieth century. most cities have experienced sharp increases; exceptional, however, was… Read More »