This country was founded a long time ago by native people, Mexico City was originally built as Tenochtitlan by the Aztecs in 1325 on an island of Lake Texcoco, which was almost completely destroyed when was conquered by Spanish people. At this point was exactly where both cultures was mixed and were new people was part of this country, but although Spanish people conquered the land, the habitants decided be independent and fight for the rights of their country, they believe that they needed to be free and needed to have rights, it was exactly September 15, 1810 when got their independence, but be independent wasn’t easy to Mexico because as the time passed Mexico lost like the half part of the country, it wasn’t something easy to Mexico but they assimilate and continue. This city had been grow to try to be a better city. Right now its z.jpgcapital, Mexico City also known as Federal District is one of the largest cities of the world by population, with 18,131,000. Further, Mexico City is one of the cities with a beautiful landscape and a beautiful culture. Let me tell you more about the traditions that this city celebrate. The people who live there have beautiful traditions​ such as the celebrations that they made. For example:
  • Mexican Independence
  • Day of the Death
  • The Posadas
  • The Rosca of Reyes
All of these celebrations reflect the heritage that people has, and at the same time it represents the love that people has by the place where they live. But not only these celebrations can reflect their history because as part of the cultural heritage of our Mexico City, we have variety of museums,which show different interesting things and teach about our history. Some of the museums that Mexico has are The National Museum of Anthropology, Bellas Artwtc.jpgs Museum, and The Museum of Natural History. These are some of the museums that are in Mexico City.
As you could notice there are a lot of places that you shouldn't miss to go. These are some sugestions of the places that you should visit:

  • The Zocalo of Mexico
  • Angel of Independence
  • Chapultepec Castle
  • The Pyramids of Teotihuacan
  • The Basilica of Guadalupe