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Bordo caused water levels to rise
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Bordo caused water levels to rise

In a tour before noon, Atención spoke with several merchants, who said that in other years they have been evacuated and nothing has happened; however, Civil Protection asks that they remain closed due to the risk of overflowing.

La Colonia Guadalupe, an Example of Neighborhood Organization
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La Colonia Guadalupe, an Example of Neighborhood Organization

The Guadalupe neighborhood comprises 27 streets. It has a neighborhood president, and each sidewalk has a representative. Cate Poe is the liaison with the foreign community. Although the exact number of foreigners in Guadalupe is not clear, more and more want to live in this neighborhood. This is what Marbella Martínez, María Helena Rincón Llamas...

Let’s shout, “Viva México!”
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Let’s shout, “Viva México!”

September is Mexico’s national month. It is also when the most Mexican food green, white and red appears. And it is the time when vernacular music is part of the patriotic celebrations.

San Miguel, Best City in The World; Again
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San Miguel, Best City in The World; Again

San Miguel de Allende remains year after year among the favorite destinations among Travel + Leisure readers, due to its continuous relationship with the arts and the constant updating of travel offers and experiences it offers to visitors.

Educational and essential activities
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Educational and essential activities

With or without students, schools reopened on August 30. Educational activity was classified as essential at the beginning of last month, although in-person student attendance is not mandatory.

Happy Firefighters’ Day
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Happy Firefighters’ Day

The Day of the Firefighter is celebrated on August 22 because on that date in 1873 the first firefighter organization was formed in Veracruz.