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Mexico today is a unique cultural mix of ancient pagan influences, such as the Maya, Aztec and Zapotec, and the Catholic missionary efforts by the Spaniards.

El Grito de Dolores

Mexican Independence Day-The 16th of September, or Mexican Independence Day is the culmination of Fiestas Patrias, a festival celebrating Mexico's independence from Spain, and one of the biggest parties of the entire year!Mexico´s Independence Day is a festive occasion celebrated with special food, fireworks and the wearing of costumes.  Each year on the night of September 15 at around eleven in the evening, the President of Mexico rings the bell of the National Palace in Mexico City

Los Dias de los Muertos - Day of the Dead

November first begins the Dia de los Muertos (also known as "Day of the Dead").The Day of the Dead, Día de los Muertos, a festival celebrating the reunion of dead relatives with their families, November 1st and 2nd- traditional Mexico holiday honoring the dead. It is celebrated every year at the same time as Halloween and the Christian holy days of All Saints Day and All Souls Day (November 1st and 2nd). Los Dias de los Muertos is not a sad time, but instead a time of remembering and rejoicing.

Cinco de Mayo Holiday in Mexico

Cinco de Mayo or the Fifth of May is a day that will be celebrated all over the world. Mexico celebrates 5 de mayo (May 5th) as a symbol of unity and patriotism. Many people assume that Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Mexico's independence. However, the Mexican Independence Day Holiday is on September 16th.

Guelaguetza Festival

One of the most colorful celebrations in the Americas takes place in the southern corner of Mexico
Guelaguetza was the term used to describe the ceremony and celebration held each year to propitiate the gods in return for sufficient rain and a bountiful harvest.This offering of life's gifts took place midway through the rainy season, when it was essential that the rains continue moderately and without excess to bring forth the best crops.

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