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Fiestas Patrias 2018

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Celebrating the 2018 Mexican Independence Day weekend around the world:

Grito de Dolores (on the evening of September 15) and Aniversario de la Independencia (September 16) commemorate Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla’s Grito de Dolores — on September 16, 1810, in the village of Dolores, near Guanajuato.

Hidalgo called for the end of Spanish rule in Mexico. On October 18, 1825, the Republic of Mexico officially declared September 16 its national Independence Day (Dia de la Independencia).

Mexican Independence day, also referred to as Dieciséis de septiembre, is celebrated from the evening of September 15 with a re-creation of the Grito de Dolores by all executive office-holders (from the President of the Republic down to municipal presidents) and lasts through the night.

Mexico City
https://twitter.com/El_Universal_Mx/status/1041060334205714432
https://twitter.com/QuadratinMexico/status/1041058157789818880
https://twitter.com/TomBuckley519/status/1041376964647575553

Austin, Texas
https://twitter.com/carlos_glezgtez/status/1041046342469120001
https://twitter.com/carlos_glezgtez/status/1040778284294823936

Houston, Texas
https://twitter.com/abc13houston/status/1040979324202041344
https://twitter.com/SheriffEd_HCSO/status/1040995652652748801

Las Vegas, Nevada

Fiesta 15 de Septiembre

Oaxaca

Wikipedia
Fiestas Patrias

Planeta.com

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