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Merida Real Estate – Region Receive Full Support for Authentic Local Culture

Submitted by ss on August 24, 2011 – 4:39 pmNo Comment

Merida real estate buyers experience an authentic, living culture first hand. The good news is that the state and federal government are making efforts to support and maintain this culture.
Aug 18, 2011 – While many expats who choose to live in Mexico experience a “taste” or “reflection” of various Mexican cultures as presented for tourists, this is not the case for Merida real estate buyers, who experience an authentic, living culture first hand. The good news is that the state and federal government are making efforts to support and maintain this culture which gives the city an important part of its distinct culture.

One recent example of this is that the representative for one of the local districts, René Castillo Tun visited various municipalities near the city to officially open and close local fairs – a staple Mexican culture – and support local traditional farmers who produce dairy and produce. Both of these elements factor importantly in the lifestyle which Merida offers real estate buyers; local fairs in and near the city offer a fun way to enjoy authentic Yucatan celebrations of the Mayan people and the local farmers offer high-quality produce in small markets at excellent prices.

Another example is in the nearby town of Muna, where deputy chairman of the Standing Committee for the Respect and Preservation of the Mayan Culture opened Muna’s 2011 annual fair in the town’s main park, cutting the traditional ribbon. After the beautiful opening, the government delegation toured the stands of the artisans and vendors set up in the area, noting the progress of the working people of this county. At the end, they toured the traditional arena where they have bullfights.

In Kopomá, legislators, accompanied by the mayor, Emilio Ku Puch and a representative of the Governor, William Sosa, led groups of those celebrating who showed up in the traditional dairy product fair for this town. Traditional groups, dressed in white suits for men and brightly colored dresses women, showed off the tradition of elegance to the people of Yucatan. The processions represented by their ambassadors came from the beautiful surrounding municipalities as Halacha, Maxcanu, Opichen, Chocholá and the host municipality, Kopomá.

At the end presentations were formed on the esplanade of City Hall with a multicolored mosaic of about 200 pairs of dancers, who simultaneously kicked off the festivities of dancing and festivities. These are only a handful of examples of the cultural richness in and surrounding the city of Merida.

The support for these events guarantees that expats living in the city will continue to have direct access to the area’s authentic and original culture – a real and unique attraction which the city and surrounding area offers.

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