The United States of Mexico, or Mexico for short, is a country in North America that borders the United States to the north, Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Gulf of Mexico to the east. Mexico is a federal state consisting of 31 federal states.

The capital of the country is the city of the same name, which is one of the largest agglomerations in the world with a population of 21 million.

Interesting facts about the state of Mexico:

  • Mexico has as many as 68 official languages ​​and all are equal even though the vast majority of the population speaks Spanish. There are several groups of different languages ​​in this country, the most widespread of which is Navajo, which was used by the ancient Aztecs.
  • In this country, since 1957, there is a law that artists pay taxes on their works of art. The ministry owns more than 5,000 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, engravings and so on.
  • San Francisco has not always been a city in the United States. Until 1848, this city belonged to Mexico.
  • Mexicans are the fattest nation in the world.
  • Mexico City is the city with the largest number of taxis in the world, over 100,000.
  • The first great civilization to settle in this area was the Olmecs in the 15th century BC.
  • Until 1836, Texas was an integral part of Mexico.
  • Mexico has the largest pyramid in the world, not Egypt.



it stretches in a valley surrounded by chilled volcanoes and mountains, on the thighs of the ancient Aztec civilizations. Mexico is the largest and tallest city in North America. It has been conquered many times over the years, which is why the spirit of numerous civilizations lives in this city, starting with Olmec thousands of years before the new era.

Mexico Square is said to be the second largest city in the world. Whichever direction you go to the outskirts of the city, you will realize that it is surrounded by ancient ancient temples and palaces. The spacious capital is a place where you can find both love and hate with everything you can imagine from such a big city. It also has world-class museums and galleries, significant architectural values ​​and elegant buildings, palaces and cathedrals, colonial remains, historical ruins but also great economic, cultural and political importance. It also has overcrowding, traffic jams and constant noise from people and cars. However, this is a cosmopolitan city with perfect sunsets and many possibilities.

This city has the oldest university in North America, the National University of Mexico, which was founded back in 1551. The city was built on the foundations of the old city of the Aztecs – Tenochtitlan, which was located on the island of Lake Texcoco, which at the height of its power was one of the largest cities in the world with about 2000 inhabitants. The city was destroyed by Spanish conquistadors.

This agglomeration can afford a person everything in one place.