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La Candelaria In Tlacotalpan, Veracruz Janice Carraher

50 weeks out of the year Tlacotalpan sits in its torpid tropical slumber, but starting late January and running for two weeks it celebrates the Fiesta de la Candelaria. For most of these two weeks the Feria (fair) is made up of a carnival, bailes tropicales (salsa dances), and a very large tianguis (temporary market). Then – in stark contrast to its normal tranquility — on January 31st through February 2nd the town explodes into a religious and secular frenzy, its streets stuffed with true believers and joyful revelers. read more

Vela Sud America: tall ships sail to Veracruz Thaddeus J. Koza

What could be more beautiful than tall ships with sails billowing in the wind as they surge across the ocean? These wonderful sailing ships carry a sense of history and adventure. In June of 2010, many elegant vessels come together in a regatta that will culminate in the port of Veracruz, Mexico from June 23rd through the 28th — a great opportunity to see them in action. read more

Veracruz online Ron Mader

Veracruz isn’t just about coffee, Caribbean music and beautiful beaches —it’s also about excellent websites. The area boasts a generous mix of everything you could ask for—tropical forests and ... read more

Link to clickable interactive map of Veracruz, Mexico Tony Burton

Clickable interactive map of Veracruz, Mexico: Veracruz, Xalapa read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report September 2002

Table of Contents RETHINKING AIRPORT LOCATION FLORIDA-YUCATAN CARR FERRY AUTOMOTIVE FACTORY FOR THE WORLD? ... read more

Successful expansion in a more efficient Port of Veracruz Maja Wallengren

The privatization of the facilities of the port of Veracruz in 1996 and open competition for market share between the country's main operators, have led to significant improvements in the port's overal... read more
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