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  Guelaguetza - Last two weeks of July, 2014
Guelaguetza festival in Oaxaca

The famous Guelaguetza festival is held each July in the Mexican state of Oaxaca (WA-HA-KA). Also known locally as "Los Lunes del Cerro" (Mondays on the Hill), this celebration takes place on two consecutive mondays. A beautiful cultural event dating back hundreds of years, this festival attracts visitors from around the world. Click here for more information about Guelaguetza

  Accommodations Highlight! Hotel B Cozumel
Resort in Cozumel
Hotel B is only 5 minutes away from downtown Cozumel and ideally located on a natural bay, the hotel blends its contemporary and traditional style with Mexico's creative touches of young artisan's talents. It is one of the most exclusive and "chic" places of the Caribbean, next to the sea shore with a private beach ... a kind of mix between Miami and Mexico with gourmet cuisine and excellent service. See details at Hotel B Cozumel

  Destination Highlight: Loreto
Loreto, Mexico
Located 84 miles south of Mulege and 217 miles north of La Paz is the historic town of Loreto. Not only is it the oldest town in Baja California, founded in 1697 by the Jesuits, but its surrounding scenery is incomparable; the magnificent Sierra de la Giganta mountain range, the awesome desert and the azure Sea of Cortez. More on Loreto...

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  Mexico Culture Artist Rufino Tamayo
Benito Juarez
Oaxacan painter of international renown, was one of the great modern artists of the 20th century. Tamayo died in 1991 at the age of 91 and had a long and esteemed career. His artwork can be found in important collections worldwide. During his life he was the recipient of many prestigious awards, including France's Legion d'Honneur.
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