Clothes of Mexico from the United States established in Mexico after Baha’I extensive and desertlike

reresidedecoIn 2005, an estimated 37,900 Bahá'í resided in
north was only sparsely
Mexico, with large communities in San Luis Potosi and Yucatan.
Freedom of religion in Mexico obtains tolerance under the laws populated until the middle of
of many Mexican states and the federal constitution. the twentieth century, except
for some important.So cities
such as Monterrey

Culture of Mexico

Although Mexican clothes nowadays do not differ much from
what we wear here in Europe and North America, their traditional
dress is quite different. Traditional Mexican clothes were
designed to keep people cool in the hot climate that can be
found in the deserts to the north to the jungles in the south.
Traditionally Mexican women wore clothing which was normally
very simple with garnishes of color. The Huipil, a tunic-like dress,
and other types of enredos were very typical pre-Columbian
garb. Originally, more often than not, these dresses were made
mostly from cotton however following the Spanish colonization of
Mexico, silks and wools started to become more popular as
clothing material.
Religion in Mexico

mexicans make several
cultural subdivisions within
the nation. The most
common one identifies
northern, central, and south
Members of the Bahá'í Faith visited Mexico during the early
or south-eastern Mexico. The
1900s, and by 1937 a branch of the Bahá'í had become Bahá'í