Sometimes we take for granted diverse ethnicities that make us a unique nation, full of social and biological diversity, an enduring identity that has been forged over the years. Taking into account a hundred pieces that make the beautiful puzzle of Mexican culture, today we are going to focus on a culture with a lasting legacy in the 21st century, the Nahuas. A group of native villages that share the same legacy but are not necessarily in the same place; actually, migration spread the communities across the country. When the Spanish arrived in 1519, Nahuátl was the most widely spoken language in Mesoamerica, they survived the colonization and how are they surviving now?
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