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Folk dance of Mexico, commonly known as baile folklorico , is a term used to collectively describe traditional Mexican dances. Mexico's modern folk dance tradition is a blending of elements from its Indigenous, African, and European heritage. Before the arrival of the Spanish, indigenous dance developed with strong ties to the religious practices. Instead, evangelizers worked to adapt dances to Christianity, giving them new meanings.
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Architect Fernando Madrid looks out at Mexico City's skyline. Photo by Nathaniel Parish Flannery. On the tenth floor patio of his apartment building on Avenida Chapultepec in downtown Mexico City, year-old architect Fernando Madrid leans out over the railing and looks out at the newly built skyscrapers jutting up from the street a few blocks away. The Torre America Latina used to be one of the only skyscrapers here but with the economic development the city has had now there are a lot of buildings that are bigger.
La Conquista is a traditional Mexican dance that, unsurprisingly, narrates the story of the Spanish conquest. Technically, this dance was created and popularized in the 20th century, but its roots and rhythm are rooted firmly in traditional folk dance. This dance is notable for the wooden shoes worn by the dancers, which certainly make each step they take that much more impactful.