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Mexico: The Signs of History
     

Mexico: The Signs of History

by Pietro Tarallo, Fabio Bourbon (Text by)
 
From the Olmecs to the Toltecs, from the Mayans to the Aztecs, from the Conquistadores to the great generals who liberated the land, Mexico is a crossroads of cultures and artistic expressions. Packed with colorful photographs supplemented by a lively, accessible text, this volume whisks young readers on a memorable tour of a country rich in archaeological heritage,

Overview

From the Olmecs to the Toltecs, from the Mayans to the Aztecs, from the Conquistadores to the great generals who liberated the land, Mexico is a crossroads of cultures and artistic expressions. Packed with colorful photographs supplemented by a lively, accessible text, this volume whisks young readers on a memorable tour of a country rich in archaeological heritage, cultural contradictions, and breathtaking natural beauty. They will explore humble adobe pueblitos and ancient jungle pyramids. They will discover deep canyons and sun-baked deserts, swim in turquoise seas, sample spicy native foods, and dance to the music of the mariachi. Students and young armchair travelers will find this a trip to remember.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9788854401143
Publisher:
White Star Publishers
Publication date:
06/27/2006
Series:
Exploring Countries of the World Series
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
9.40(w) x 11.30(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Award-winning journalist Marco Moretti contributes to numerous newspapers and periodicals worldwide. He was awarded the Pacific & Asia Travel Association (PATA) prize for best environmental reporting on the Pacific area. The author of several guidebooks on Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands, Moretti lives in Turin, Italy.

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