Explorez Mexican Jour De L'indépendance et plus encore !

On the night before September 16th, Mexico's Independence Day- people party the whole night till September 16th actually starts. They yell "¡Viva México!" as they dance through the streets with bright lights. Screaming "¡Viva-" plus the leaders of the revolution. The point of this celebration is to remind the people of their country's origin and of those who fought and died for Mexico #3B

On the night before September 16th, Mexico's Independence Day- people party the whole night till September 16th actually starts. They yell "¡Viva México!" as they dance through the streets with bright lights. Screaming "¡Viva-" plus the leaders of the revolution. The point of this celebration is to remind the people of their country's origin and of those who fought and died for Mexico #3B

I can talk abou Mexican Independence Day. It is on September 16th and is the day Mexicans celebrate their freedom. Father Hidalgo was a big leader in the war.

I can talk abou Mexican Independence Day. It is on September 16th and is the day Mexicans celebrate their freedom. Father Hidalgo was a big leader in the war.

El Grito de Delores - Mexico's independence from Spain is September 16, 1810, not May 5th (Cinco de Mayo) which celebrates one battle in Mexico's war with France)

El Grito de Delores - Mexico's independence from Spain is September 16, 1810, not May 5th (Cinco de Mayo) which celebrates one battle in Mexico's war with France)

Find some trinkets, like the ones sold on this cart in a square in Mexico, to celebrate Mexican Independence Day!

Find some trinkets, like the ones sold on this cart in a square in Mexico, to celebrate Mexican Independence Day!

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