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Mexicans in Panama

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Mexican Panamanian
Mexicano panameño
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Mexican restaurant in Panama City.
Mexican Spanish, Panamanian Spanish, and a minority of Indigenous Mexican Languages.
Predominantly Roman Catholicism.
Related ethnic groups
Mexican people, Mestizo, Indigenous people of Mexico, Spanish people, Latinos, Hispanic, Latino, and Chicano.

Mexicans in Panama, or Mexican Panamanians are people born in Mexico who live in Panama, or people who were born in Panama but who are or were of Mexican descent.

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Mexican culture in Panama

Carlos Fuentes was born of Mexican parents in Panama, on November 11, 1928 and died at age of 83 in Mexico City, on May 15, 2012. His father was a diplomat, and he spent his childhood in various capitals of America: Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, Washington, D.C., Santiago, Quito and Buenos Aires, the city where his father comes in 1934 as a counselor of the Embassy of Mexico. He passes his summers in Mexico City, studying in schools to keep his language and learn the history of his country. He lived in Santiago de Chile (1941–1943)[1] and Buenos Aires where he was influenced by notable personalities in American cultural sphere.

Legendary Panamanian boxer Roberto Durán is also of Mexican descent; his father, Margarito Durán, being a Mexican-American soldier from Arizona, United States.

See also


  1. ^ Raymond L. Williams (January 1996). The Writings of Carlos Fuentes. pp. 7 and 11. ISBN 9780292790971.
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