How are the cultures in South America like the cultures in Mexico How are they different?
The cultures in South America are very similar to the cultures in Mexico. They have similar diets, foods, and religions. They do speak different languages and dialects, though.
Central Mexico: Aztecs Southern Mexico and Central America: Mayans South America (Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia): Incas
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Great American civilizations would include: Olmecs (Mexico) Mayans (Mexico and Central America) Aztecs (Mexico) Incas (Peru, Bolivia)
That Mexico is Mexico and south america is south america
What is one reason people who settled different parts of north and south America developed different cultures?
Because they had different religions.
Mexico is part of North America, not South America.
Two neighbours of Mexico is North America to the north, and Guatemala to the south.
Mexico is not located in South America. It is located in North America, just south of the United States.
Mexico isn't in South America it is in central America. The largest country in South America is Brazil.
Central America is the region between Mexico and South America.
Mexico is not in any part of South America.
Countries in Central America (such as Panama, Nicaragua, and Mexico) are most similar to South America. They share similar cultures based on their Native American history as well as their Spanish history.
Mexico is NOT in South America. It is on North America, just south of the United States.
They were different people. Hernan Cortes conquered the Aztec empire in Mexico, while Francisco Pizarro conquered the Incans in South America.
For Mexico it was corn (maize). For South America it was the potato.
Yes. Brazil is on South America, while Mexico is on North America.
Brazil is in South America. Mexico is in North America. Brazil is definitely SOUTH of Mexico. Almost all of Brazil is south of the equator.
Mexico is not in South America, by any definition. It is located on the southern tip of North America.
No. Mexico is part of North America.
No, because Mexico is in North America.
Mexico is part of North America.
Middle America is a term that is sometimes used for all the lands between the us and south America how is the middle America different from central America?
Central America is South America and Mexico, but Middle America is the central region of North America.
Europeans lump Mexico, Central America, and South America together into what is called Latin America.
Different cultural regions are: South America, Central America, Chiapas in the southeastern corner of Mexico plus, Chiapas is a political region to.
South. Canada is to the north. Mexico is part of 'Central America', which leads down to South America. Mexico is part of the continent of North America though, along with the U.S.A and Canada.
None. Mexico is the country furthest south in North America.
No; it is part of America, or North America if you count the Americas as two or three different continents (North, Central, South America).
Mexico is typically considered within North America.
Mexico is part of North America.
What two COUNTRIES border North and South America. Technically, Mexico is in Central America, so the answer to the question is: Mexico borders North America, and Panama borders South America. Some consider Mexico to be a part of North America, which is technically incorrect, but in that case, then there are three countries that border North and South America: Panama borders South America, and Belize and Guatemala border North America (Mexico).
Jaguars are indigenous to South America. Also from Arizona border with Mexico through Mexico and Central America as well as South America.
In the same way that there are different countries in Europe speaking German, or French, or English. South America was colonized by the Portuguese and by the Spaniards. But they had different peoples and cultures, which gave rise to different countries.
No. Mexico is in North America. Hence, Guadalajara is in North America.
Mexico,South America,the Pacific Ocean,and the Gulf Of Mexico
Only on the National Museum of Anthropology. These three cultures were located on different regions and at different times. Aztecs were located on central Mexico, while Mayans inhabited the Yucatan peninsula and parts of Belize and Guatemala. Incas lived in Peru, 4252 Km (2642 miles) away on South America.
No. Latin America is a cultural region that spans Mexico, as well as most of the countries in Central America, the Caribbean and South America; South America is a geographical region located in the Americas.
Belize and Guatemala border Mexico. Panama borders South America (Colombia, to be specific).
It is in the Yucatan peninsula, in Mexico.
Mexico is a country in South America
you would cross mexico to get to south america.
It is not in South America. It is in North America, on the eastern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.
In Mexico they eat different foods for different types of holidays.We dont really do that in the United States.For example in Mexico(home of the best tacos)they eat barbacoa,tamales,arroz,frijoles,and etc.
Mexico does not have dollars, the currency of Mexico is the Peso. America is the two continents of North and South America, this includes Mexico. the answer is a dollar from Mexico does not exist.
South America and Mexico.
No in Mexico
Deserts of Latin America Chihuahuan Desert - Mexico (and the U.S.) Sonoran Desert - Mexico (and the U,S.) Patagonian Desert - South America Atacama Desert - South America Monte Desert - South America' Sechura Desert - South America Guajira Desert - South America
because south of mexico is the south and it is hot but not the north