Graciela Iturbide's documentary photography captures Mexico's culture through haunting portraits of marginalized communities, portrayed with complexity and compassion.

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Mexico: Mexico ), officially the United Mexican States ),[10][11] and also referred to as the United States of Mexico ,[12][13][14] is a federal constitutional republic in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean on the southeast by Guatemala
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