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  1. Sep 16, 2016 · Traveler looks at the holiday's origins, customs, traditions, and explores how Mexican Independence Day is celebrated today. Got your own way of marking the holiday?

  2. Sep 15, 2021 · It’s the anniversary of Mexico’s declaration of independence from Spain. The day commemorates when Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo in 1810 made the cry for independence hours after midnight...

  3. Sep 14, 2010 · Known as the Mexican War Of Independence, the conflict dragged on until 1821, when the Treaty of Córdoba established Mexico as an independent constitutional monarchy under Agustín de Iturbide.

  4. Sep 14, 2018 · On September 16, Mexicans around the globe will celebrate the anniversary of the country’s independence from Spain. The day is marked by a national holiday in Mexico, a reenactment of a...

  5. Jul 9, 2021 · Mexican Independence Day is celebrated on September 16 by Mexicans and people of Mexican ancestry around the world. It falls on the same date every year, honoring the country's fight for independence from Spain, specifically the moment a famed priest gave the "El Grito de Dolores" battle cry.

  6. May 30, 2019 · Learn about the history behind Mexican Independence Day, which is celebrated on September 16 with parades, festivals, feasts,and more.

  7. Sep 15, 2021 · Mexican Independence Day marks the anniversary of the day in 1810 when Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a Catholic priest known as Father Hidalgo, made a speech to rally support for independence in the Mexican town of Dolores.

  8. The Cry of Dolores [n 1] (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.

  9. In Mexico: Colonial period, 1701–1821 …1810the date now celebrated as Mexican Independence Day—Hidalgo issued the “Grito de Dolores” (“Cry of Dolores”), calling for the end of rule by Spanish peninsulars, for equality of races, and for redistribution of land.

  10. Sep 16, 2022 · Every year on 16 September, Mexicans at home and across the world gather to celebrate their country’s independence from colonial rule more than two centuries ago.

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