The state of Jalisco in Mexico is famous for the production of tequila, a distilled alcoholic beverage made from the blue agave plant. Tequila is Mexico’s national drink and plays an important role in Mexican culture. The history of tequila in Mexico dates back to the mid-16th-century, but the beverage didn’t gain widespread popularity until after the Mexican Revolution.
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February 1, 2013
November 3, 2011
Never, in the history of Mexican archaeology, has the tomb of an Aztec ruler been discovered. This is not for lack of trying. Since 1997, Mexico‘s INAH (National Institute for Anthropology and History) has been methodically searching the Templo Mayor, the spiritual center of the Aztec Empire that is now partially buried in the historic center of Mexico City, for just such a grave.