September 16 Mexico independence day

September 16 Mexico independence day

When is Mexico’s Independence Day?
This is the national day of Mexico and is celebrated on September 16.

Also known as ‘Do de la Independinia’ or ‘Greto de Dollorus’, it is celebrated on 16 September 1810, the anniversary of Mexico’s war of independence against Spain.

History of Mexico’s Independence Day
In particular, it commemorates the announcement of the Father Maguel Hidalgo y Costello y Costello, in the village of Dolorus, near Guanazooto, on 16 September 1810.

Hidalgo’s declaration calls for the end of Spanish rule in Mexico, which encouraged rebellion and rebellion against the Spanish.

Napoleon’s invasion of Spain broke the Spanish Empire, and the imperial rule was replaced by “Jantas” in both Spain and American colonies, while King Fernando Histom was taken hostage by Napoleon.

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Hidalgo ordered that the church bell be set to gather his congregation, then called for a revolt and gave voice, “Vovia la Virgin de Guadalade!” Via Fernando Histom! Abazo el Mal Goberino! [Our Lady of The Great Fall! Fernando Histom Alive! With bad government!].

Hidalgo has several accounts about being famous for the original thing. Although this announcement has gained national status, in fact, it is unlikely that Hidalgo had denied the king as it is said that he did it.

After his speech, Father Heddlgo took up an army and tried to overthrow the Government of The United States, but eventually he suffered defeat. As his struggle against the establishment continued, he began to demand the full independence of spanish American colonies, and the deportation or arrest of all Spanish within Mexico.

After a ten-year long war of independence, The independence of Mexico was finally recognized by the Spanish Vice-President on 27 September 1821.

How does Mexico Celebrate Independence Day?
Since the 1870s, re-enforcement of this declaration has become a tradition. Every year, the Mexican president bells hidalgo (now held at the national palace in Mexico City) and hidalgo’s words repeat at 11:00 on the night of September 15. A military parade will take place in Mexico City on September 16.

In 1825, the Republic of Mexico officially celebrated its national independence day on September 16.

Note: The Sansco de Meo Mexico Day is often confused when the Sanco de Meo actually reminds of the war with France in 1862.

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