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Mexican Independence Day 2021

Mexican Independence Day

#MexicanIndependenceDay  The Cry of Dolores (Spanish: Grito de Dolores) occurred in Dolores, Mexico, on 16 September 1810, when Roman Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang his church bell and gave the call to arms that triggered the Mexican War of Independence.

The day of 16 September was first celebrated in 1812 in HuichapanHidalgo.[6] It was given the status of a national holiday in the Constitution of Apatzingán, ratified by the conventions of 1822 and 1824, and first celebrated nationally in 1825.

The Cry of Dolores has assumed an almost mythical status. Since the late 20th century, the event has come to symbolize Mexican independence and to initiate Independence Day ceremonies the following day (16 September). Independence Day in Mexico is a patriotic holiday, marked by parades, concerts, patriotic programs, drum and bugle and marching band competitions, and special programs on the national and local media outlets. (wikipedia)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cry_of_Dolores

Mexican Independence Day#MexicanIndependenceDay The Cry of Dolores on 16 September 1810, when Roman Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang his church bell and gave the call to arms that triggered the Mexican War of Independence.https://t.co/t0FvMSBOey pic.twitter.com/wNNSWIUVXG

NATIONAL GUACAMOLE DAY

National Guacamole Day on September 16th brings fresh flavors together for the perfect celebration.

Avocados shine as the star of this dip! Lime juice, tomatoes, onion, and seasonings make guacamole a guilt-free addition to any snack or meal. ( National Day Calendar)

https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-guacamole-day-september-16/

 

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