The Month of The Homeland

Mexico has, without a doubt, one of the most spectacular cultures; its traditions, dances, gastronomy, and everything that represents it make its lifestyle shine every time we visit this wonderful country.

September is one of the most representative months since it commemorates “the cry of Independence,” which gave Mexico the freedom to be a free and sovereign country.

On September 16, 1810, the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla fulfilled the mission of freeing the territory from the Spanish yoke and ensuring that in every corner where the Colony reigned, the Spanish Viceroyalty was forgotten entirely.

It was in 1821 when, after the victory of the Trigarante Army, the first government of independent Mexico declared September 16 as a National Holiday.

If you are lucky enough to visit this beautiful country at this time, you will realize the great sense of belonging that is perceived in its streets; its national colors are everywhere, and everyone is preparing to enjoy days full of flavors, music, and dress the typical costumes that adorn these national holidays that each Mexican is so proud of.

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