Interesting surprises in Mexico

Mexico is the home to the famous Caesar salad and many worlds richest billionaires. In addition, this country also owns the smallest volcano on the planet.

Upon hearing the name Caesar salad, many people immediately thought of Julius Caesar, a great Roman emperor. However, the true origin of the dish has nothing to do with him. This name comes from an Italian chef Caesar Cardini, who owns many restaurants in the US and Mexico.

On the US National Day of 1924, Cardini’s Mexican restaurant fell into food shortages, he had to process the remaining ingredients in the kitchen, and the salad was been born.

Tamale is a famous corn cake and an essential dish of Mexicans. The giant tamale cake, 1 meters long, weighs 68 kg, is made in San Leng Potosi state, with pork or turkey meat, plus pickled sour jalapenos and wrapped with grilled banana leaves.

If Hawaii has Mauna Loa – the largest volcano in the world, Mexico is home to the Cuexcomate volcano only 13 meters high. It is located outside Puebla. Although it is no longer active, it is the largest hot spring in the world with a depth of 23 meters.

Mexico has about 10 laws related to having to respect and sing the national anthem correctly. Whoever sings wrong will be punished, in some cases they must apologize to all the people in the country.

If it comes to mexico’s Mayan weapons, it could only be a sword or spear. However, they also have a much more powerful weapon. It is a very aggressive horny bee that attacks people.

Hot chocolate is the drink of the gods. When Hernán Cortés brought troops to the coast of Mexico in the early 16th century, the Aztecs thought he was a “white god” and invited to enjoy hot chocolate. it is a drink they think is sacred. However, Cortés destroyed all the works of the Aztecs and captured Mexico to the Spanish.