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CELEBRATING THREE KINGS DAY IN MEXICO

In Mexico, the Three Kings Day is celebrated on January 6. It is a Christian tradition that, after the birth of Jesus, went to 3 kings from the East (Melchior, Gaspar and Baltazar) to pay homage and give gifts of great symbolic wealth: gold, frankincense and myrrh.

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THE LEGENDARY ‘ESTADIO AZTECA’

On the sidewalk of one of the most popular sectors in the center of Mexico City – the market of La Lagunilla, open every Sunday without exception -, I found a small magazine on whose cover that fucked up over the years, illustrated Pique, the mascot of the World Cup Mexico 86, a green chile with a big charro hat, cheerful mustache and a soccer ball on his right foot.

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