Today, Thursday, February 2, the series premieres A place called Mexico, co-produced by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco); the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico, through the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH); and Canal Once, television station of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN).
The first season of A place called Mexico It can be viewed through the TV signal 11.1, on the platform https://canalonce.mx/, and at 9:30 p.m., on INAH TV.
According to a press release issued by the INAH, “it is a journey through the natural beauty of our country, where the natural reserves and emblematic characters of each corner are the protagonists of this journey through the Mexican Republic.”
The series aims to better understand social phenomena and geographical variations, through learning about the cultural, historical and natural heritage of Mexico. “With the release of A place called Mexicothe Channel Once screen recognizes and respects the value of our nation,” the statement continued.
The series already had a previous presentation at the Teatro de la Ciudad Francisco de Paula Toro, in Campeche. There, the director of Canal Once, Carlos Brito Lavalle, said that this new series, hosted by Krhistina Giles, seeks to invite the entire public to discover the most outstanding destinations in Mexico, in an interesting, attractive and simple way.
The director of the INAH Center in Campeche, Adriana Velázquez Morlet, mentioned during the presentation:
“A place called Mexico It has given us the chance to contribute to our mission of disseminating the country’s historical and cultural heritage, through a fresh proposal of enormous visual beauty. It is a great visual testimony that, in some way, will allow us to highlight the value of the vast historical legacy of Mexico, as well as the work that our researchers and specialists carry out every day for its knowledge and dissemination”, he commented the archaeologist.
The executive producer of the series, Daniela Paasch Adame, added that the main added value of this initiative lies in its biocultural approach, since it includes both natural and archaeological, gastronomic, historical and daily life aspects in each of the destinations to be shown. on the screen.
The series begins in Campeche, a state that is home to majestic places, such as Palizada, a Magical Town in which the French tile roofs narrate its past. You will also get to know Candelaria, a fertile land of overflowing jungle that is fed by the river that bears the same name and travels from Guatemala to Mexico.
In addition, Calakmul and Edzná will be visited, archaeological zones of incomparable importance and beauty, among other destinations, such as Champotón, the Chenes region and the walled city of San Francisco de Campeche itself.
Rodrigo Osegueda Philosopher by training. Contemplate the soul and imagination of Mexico.