Children’s Day

Children’s Day

Children’s Day was recognized in May 1916, in Tenayuca, Veracruz. However, it was not until April 30, 19241 that its celebration became official at the national level. Día del Niño fue reconocido en mayo de 1916, en Tenayuca, Veracruz. Sin embargo, fue hasta el...
Mexican Independence Day

Mexican Independence Day

Mexican Independence day is on September 15th. It is a night celebration that may be the most important day for mexicans. When is mexican independence day? The Independence of Mexico began at dawn on September 16, 1810, however, it was recognized until September 27,...
Who is La Catrina?

Who is La Catrina?

Who is La Catrina? She is the elegant and well dressed representation of a skull. The figure of the Catrina has more than 100 years of history, which was created as a mockery of people who had become rich and despised their indigenous origins. La Catrina Day of the...
La Catrina

La Catrina

La figura de La Catrina fue creada por el artista mexicano José Guadalupe Posada, sin embargo, Diego Rivera le dio el nombre de La Catrina. La Catrina Dibujo De José Guadalupe Posada – ArtDaily.org, Dominio público,...
Three Wise Men

Three Wise Men

Three Wise Men Santa Claus is wonderful, but as a Mexican child, we only worry about the three Wise Men arriving. January 6th is the funniest day of the year. As a child, I have always known that Santa does not exist, for me, the tradition of the man dressed in red is...
Mexican Christmas

Mexican Christmas

Mexican Christmas 89.3% of the population in Mexico is Catholic, so Mexican Christmas is one of the biggest celebrations in the country. Like every other national party, there are special food, special songs, special drinks, special customs and an extraordinary time...

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