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Acapulco, Mazatlan, and Cancun are popular ________________ cities.
Most of northern Mexico is ________.
List three climates found in Mexico.
The coastal and mountain valleys have a ________ climate, which has caused many Mexican people to settle there.
List three threats to Mexico.
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Mount ______ is the highest peak among the mountains south of Mexico City.
The vegetation of northern Mexico can be described as...
Water is a scarce natural resource in _____________ Mexico.
List three cultures that existed in Mexico before the Spanish.
Mexico produces ________ amounts of Copper, gold, lead, and zinc.
Cortes and his men gave the name ______ _______ to the territory they had conquered.
__________ improved Mexico’s economy.
An argument about a _________ led the war between Mexico and the U.S.
__________ have taken over the majority of Mexican farmland.
__________ is a major indicator of Ethnic identity.
Tourism, farming, and industry are an Important part of Mexico’s __________.
The __________ is the poorest part of Mexico.
Pollution is a problem in Mexico because surrounding ___________ trap smog.
Southern Mexico has had difficulty With _____________, ____________, and __________________.
Since wages are lower, many _______ companies have built companies in Mexico.
The ___ ______ forms the border between Mexico and Texas.
Northern Mexico has a _______ and _______ climate.
A system in which a central power Controls a number of territories Is known as a(n) __________.
________ are lands that Mexican Indian Communities owned and Worked in groups.
The Spanish monarch granted ___________ to men he favored.
On the border between the U.S. and Mexico, Ciudad ________ is a quickly growing industrial center.
The capital of Mexico and one of the most Polluted cities in the world is ______ _____.
The name given to the territory conquered by Cortez and the Spanish is _______ ________.
__________ is Mexico’s most important resource.
The _______ __________ religion is the most practiced.
People of mixed African and European ancestry.
Church outposts scattered throughout northern Mexico
Rise in a price that occurs when currency loses its buying powers
Mixture of chemicals, smoke, and fog
Produced primarily to sell, rather than For the farmer to eat
Widespread outbreak of disease
Factories in Mexico that are owned By companies based in other countries
What the Spanish called people of mixed Indian and European ancestry
Rapidly growing city along the Mexico U.S. border
Steep-sided depression created when The roof of a cave collapses
Raised fields of agriculture in Swampy lakes of central Mexico
Why are tourists attracted to Mexico
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