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Candlemas Day

Candlemas Day

Marking the end of the festive season, 40 days after Christmas, Candlemas Day (Candelaria) is a citywide and nationwide traditional celebration, partly religious and partly pre-Hispanic. A...

Festival of Mexico

Festival of Mexico

The (Festival in the Historic Centre) was inaugurated in 1985 as an exercise in aid of rescuing and restoring the historic art and architecture of Mexico City's degenerating town centre. The...

Xochimilco Festival

Xochimilco Festival

The lakeland area of Xochimilco, just over 10 miles (16km) south of Mexico City, with its canals, colourful barges and floating gardens, provides a fitting setting for an annual festival honouring...

Independence Day

Independence Day

Mexicans celebrate the anniversary of their independence from Spain with great gusto, particularly in Mexico City where the day before the event the Zocalo fills with throngs of people from...

Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead

A Mexican tradition with Aztec roots is the honouring of the departed with traditions that nowadays closely resemble those of Halloween celebrated to the north. In Mexico City markets and stores...

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo

Every Fifth of May (Cinco de Mayo) in the state of Puebla, the famous Battle of Puebla is commemorated with traditional music and dancing and general festivities. The Battle saw a smaller...

Festival Cultural de la Mariposa Monarca (Migration of

Festival Cultural de la Mariposa Monarca (Migration of

In Autumn each year the Monarch butterflies gather in southern Canada and begin a journey across North America to Mexico. The insects that begin the journey in Canada will never see Mexico,...

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