The largest pirate fleet in history laid waste to a Mexican city in 1663.
Many legends come from the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. Here are 5.
Did a mysterious Mexican healer hold the key to understanding consciousness itself?
For centuries the Mexican peso was the most prized currency in the world.
Early Spanish colonists witnessed terrible creatures in Mexican lakes.
An indigenous uprising in 1540 threatened the Spanish Empire’s hold over Mexico.
A Divine message? In Monterrey this image of Mary cries every day.
First domesticated in Mexico 9,000 years ago, corn is one of the most important foods on earth.
Twin brothers played an important role in the Maya story of the creation of the universe.
Strange humanoids and UFOs have been spotted in and around Mexico’s volcanoes
Mexico’s version of the bogeyman has its origins in pagan Celtic Europe.
The powerful god of war demanded human sacrifices & blind obedience.
Made a saint by Pope Francis, Madre Lupita dedicated her life to those in desperate need.
Mysterious stone heads stand watch in the jungles of Mexico.
Lost to history, Empress Ana María is unknown to most Mexicans today.
In Mexico female lunar deities date back thousands of years.