1200 BC to 400 BC.
Also called mother culture, which was from Veracruz
and was the first civilization in Mexico
Since 1000 BC-1527 AC
This civilization was accentuated in the southern peninsula of Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala.
800 a. C. a 250 d. C
500 BC-1200 AC
This civilization is mainly accentuated in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec located southeast of the state of Oaxaca. The largest concentration of Zapotec population is found in the districts of Juchitán and Tehuantepec.
100 BC-750 AC
This civilization is accentuated in the municipalities of San Martin de las Pirámides and Teotihuacán of the State of Mexico.
Birth of Christ
Xitle Volcano Explosion
This event was one of the most important in the history of Mexico, since it caused the population of Cuicuilco to mobilize, some say that they were the ones who inhabited Teotihuacan
Fall of the western roman empire
4 of september 476 A.c
The centralized superstate that had existed for 500 years, but had been collapsing under invasions by the Vandals, Ostrogoths, and Visigoths, ceased to exist.
650 AC-1150 AC
This civilization was located in the city of Tula, Hidalgo, it was one of the most important groups in Mesoamerica.
900 AC-1521 AC
This civilization covers part of the states of Guerrero and Puebla, and to a greater extent the state of Oaxaca.
1200 AC-1521 AC
This civilization was located in the current territory of Michoacán and part of Guerrero, Jalisco, Guanajuato and the State of Mexico.
1325 AC-1521 AC
"Aztecs were all those who lived in Aztlán. And the Mexicas were part of that group, but there were many more. They were not the only people who lived there," he explains.
Hernan Cortes, who was a Spanish conquistador who, at the beginning of the 16th century, led the expedition that began the conquest of Mexico.
Aug 13, 1521
Conquest of Tenochtitlan
This conquest occurred at the hands of Hernan Cortes, who was a Spanish conquistador who, at the beginning of the 16th century, led the expedition that began the conquest of Mexico.
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
RESPONSE TO SISTER FILOTEA DE LA CRUZ
The longest war in history
Three Hundred and Thirty-Five Years' War (1651-1986) is the name given to the "peaceful war" between the Netherlands and the Isles of Scilly (located on the south-west coast of the United Kingdom). It lasted 335 years without a single shot being fired. It is considered one of the longest wars in history.
Hospicio Cabañas de Guadalajara
16 sept 1810 – 27 sept 1821
José María Velasco
-Paintings of El Valle de Mexico
Mexican national anthem
Lyrics: Francisco González Bocanegra, 1853
Composer: Jaime Nuno
15 of september 1854
Gerardo Murillo, Dr. Atl
José Clemente Orozco
Among Orozco's most important works is his mural Katharsis at the Palacio de Bellas Artes
Murals of the Riveriana Chapel.
Epic of the Mexican people.
The controlling man of the universe.
Young man with pumpkin
David Alfaro Siqueiros
The most famous work was The March of Humanity (Polyforum Siqueiros, 1965-1971
He was baptized with the name of "The king of the falsetto" or "The golden falsetto", for his power of voice and his ability to do falsettos.
Mar 8, 1917 – June 16, 1923
The burning plain and the novel Pedro Páramo
Treaty of Versailles
June 28, 1919 in France
José Alfredo Jiménez
The singer, at just 14 years old, composed his first song and entered the world of music. Years later, the singer, together with the group Los Rebeldes, participates in a radio program in which the artist gains popularity.
Crack of Wall Street
24-29 of october 1929
Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo
He is one of the best-known Mexican singers of the 1960s. He was known for his singing career, but also for his acting career, since he was a well-known artist in his country and in the United States. It was in the years 1962 and 1963 when he recorded his two most acclaimed albums: Spanish Fantasy and Trópico, a work in which he collaborated with the composer Agustín Lara.
Palacio de Bellas Artes
The National Institute of Anthropology and History, INAH
Also known as El Charro de Huentitán or Chente, he was a Mexican Mariachi singer, businessman, record producer, and actor.
Creation of the UNESCO in London, UK
12 mar 1947 – 26 dic 1991
Casa Estudio Luis Barragán
UNESCO by including it, in 2004, in its list of World Heritage.
His father was an opera singer and his mother was a concert pianist. For this artist, music was already in his genes and it was what he had been surrounded by since childhood.
Edificio de Rectoría de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
More than 100 million records sold worldwide and, with it, one of the most successful artists in sales.
His contribution to Mexican popular music was brutal: he composed ballads, rancheras, Chicano music, cumbia, salsa, mariachi songs.
Estadio de fútbol de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
The Hague Convention
Protect cultural property in the event of armed conflicts created as a result of World War 2
Biblioteca Central de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Pedro Infante Cruz, in addition to having different professions, stood out for his facet as a singer and actor. As a Mexican actor, he appeared in more than 60 films and his success was undoubted.
Jul 26, 1968 – Oct 2, 1968
In Mexico, Plaza de las 3 culturas
His songs were only performed in Spanish, but, despite this, he managed to be the Latin artist who sold the most records in the 90s, a decade of explosion of the Anglo-Saxon industry.
Birth of the best heritage teacher
They begin their career with Micky Huidobro, Tito Fuentes, Javier de la Cueva and "La Quesadillera". In the month of October, the drummer, better known as “La Quesadillera”, leaves the group and is replaced by Randy Ebright.