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Feliz Día de la Independencia

Today September 16th, Mexicans are celebrating Independence Day.


It’s a national holiday where schools, offices and banks are closed. Here in Puerto Escondido the beaches will be busy with families proudly taking time to remember the… 329 more words


Miguel Hidalgo in Language and History

Early in the morning on this day in 1810, Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla went to his parish in the impoverished community of Dolores, near Guanajuato, in Mexico. 435 more words


September 16, we celebrate Mexico's Independence: Grito de Dolores

It’s almost painful how much residents of the U.S. don’t know about our neighbor to the south, Mexico.

No, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexican Independence… 586 more words


Grito de Dolores: Words & Speech Text & Top 10 Must Know Facts

On the morning of September 16, 1810, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, the parish priest of the town of Dolores, declared a revolt against Spanish rule. This marked the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence, an 11 year process that ended with Mexico getting their independence. 403 more words



Just as Cinco de Mayo was celebrated throughout the whole month of May, excitement had been bubbling throughout the Mes de la Patria (Month of Patriotism) in anticipation of Mexico’s official Independence Day which falls on September the 16th. 944 more words


Day 16: ¡¡¡Viva México!!!

Viva México!!!

Tepat pada hari ini, 16 September 2014, México merayakan dirgahayunya yang ke-204. Negara ini sudah sangat tua rupanya. Tak heran jika negara ini juga mempunyai sejarah yang cukup kaya tentang penjajahan, revolusi, konflik keagamaan, peperangan, dan politik. 721 more words


Mexican Independence Day

September is an especially patriotic month for México.

It begins with the commemoration of the Niños Heroes (Boy Heroes) on September 13th. Our little school had “la mañanita Mexicana” on  the 13th (which is also the anniversary of the Congress of Chilpancingo or Anahuac when México declared itself independent from Spain in 1813) and in addition to the typical traditions, honored those cadets that died defending the flag at Mexico City’s… 708 more words