Spanish Translation in Mexico: Spanish to English, English to Spanish Translation.
Welcome to México City, one of North America’s most prominent and influential financial center.
México City is an alpha global city, home to some of Fortune 500 companies, including the government-owned Comisión Federal de Electricidad or CFE. Several top international advertising agencies have established offices in the city. It is also one of the world’s most important cultural centers, with its pre-Spanish civilization, for which the Aztecs are the most known. With over 3,000 years of history, the city is culturally-rich, with several Mayan architecture, edifices, artifacts and ruins still visible today, housed in the city’s more than one hundred museums and in situ.
The city has a very large population, with over 8.8 million people as of 2010. The culturally diverse city, with people coming from the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, the Americas and Asia, attracts millions of tourists annually. It is also very attractive to immigrants and foreign businesses, as the metropolitan city is one of the richest cities in the world, with a GDP of US$390 billion in 2008. The city is also multi-lingual, although Spanish is the dominant and official language. With Spanish being the lingua franca, it is inevitable that people who are embarking on relocating or starting a business in the city would need the services of a professional interpretation and translation agency that would be able to deliver translation services accurately at the fastest time possible.
México City is one of the largest and most populated cities in the world, with almost 30 million people in the greater México City area alone. México City is a hub for many international businesses aiming to build relations throughout all of Latin America. Your Spanish Translation, LLC has offices worldwide, including México city, enabling us to provide you with a professional translator or interpreter anytime and in any part of México city, and also throughout México.
With the great amount of tourism and international business pursuits and opportunities in México City, accurate translation of your documents ensures that you are reaching those individuals directly and professionally in a language they can relate to. A professional document translation, perfectly done, will not only attract residents of the area you want to insinuate yourself into, but also impacts visitors or people wanting to relocate.
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About Mexico City, Mexico
Valle de México had its initial human settlers as far back as 30,000 BC while the area was still largely under water. When the water receded, the inhabitants made agriculture their main source of livelihood. As the community evolved, so do their technology. There were able to harness the water to irrigate the lands and planted maize, which become the basis of their economy, which gave rise to the Teotihuacán civilization. This empire grew so large that it reached Guatemala but the empire was not able to sustain the growing population and collapsed. Eventually the nomadic tribes began to encroach on the lands and built the empire of Tula. The Aztecs rose to dominate the region when the Tula Empire also suffered the same fate as the Teotihuacán.
The sophisticated group of people planned the settlement in grids, creating canals and causeways, temples and dwellings. They created raised gardens and protected the embankment by planting trees, exacted levies from the other tribes they conquered and started gathering products from the earth, such as precious minerals like turquoise and jade as well as agriculture products including cotton, tobacco, rubber, paper, vegetables, fruits and cacao. They also gathered precious feathers. All these they use to feed the growing population, for trade and for glorifying their gods.
When the Spanish arrived in 1519 they saw an advanced and organized civilization with a thriving economy, although they were no match for the diseases brought by the Europeans. The region was under Spanish rule for three centuries before gaining independence in the early part of the 19th century; hence the strong Spanish culture still evident in México City.
Traditional attire for Mexican men basically consists of shirt and trousers and boots, as well as the ubiquitous serape, a type of large blanket. The women on the other hand usually wear a sleeveless tunic over a skirt, with the shoulders covered by a quechuemitl cape and a rezobo shawl that could be used to cover the head. It is to be noted however that different and more colorful attires are worn depending on the occasion, including the costumes worn by the mariachis, complete with the overly large sombrero churro that is one of the more known icons of México.
“Present-day México City is located in the Valle de México, also called the Valley of the Damned. The elevated location is 2,240 meters of 7,349 feet above the level of the sea, and covers an area of about 1,485 square kilometers or 571 square miles. The summers are hot in the city, while the winters are generally mild. May is the warmest month of the year while January is the coldest. The period between June and October are the months when rainfall usually occurs.”
México City, an alpha global city is one of North America’s significant financial centers, with the city contributing over 21% to the gross domestic product or GDP of the country of México. The thriving and dynamic city of México is culturally rich and offers many historical and unique sights to travelers and visitors. There are also plenty of activities awaiting visitors to the city. Learn more about exotic and vibrant México City by reading the city profile we have prepared for you. We also offer professional and accurate English to Spanish and Spanish to English translation and interpretation services. Allow us to be your partner when you need translation and interpretation services before you go or when you are in México City.