Shout of Independence

It is the party that celebrates the beginning of a new year. The date on which this celebration takes place depends on the type of calendar used, and the most common is January 1, the Gregorian calendar, which was established by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, and is used in most countries of the world. With the spread of Western culture to the rest of the world during the 20th century, January 1 became a universal date, even in countries with their own New Year celebrations.

Columbus Day / Day of Race

It is the party that celebrates the beginning of a new year. The date on which this celebration takes place depends on the type of calendar used, and the most common is January 1, the Gregorian calendar, which was established by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, and is used in most countries of the world. With the spread of Western culture to the rest of the world during the 20th century, January 1 became a universal date, even in countries with their own New Year celebrations.

Day of the Dead

It is the party that celebrates the beginning of a new year. The date on which this celebration takes place depends on the type of calendar used, and the most common is January 1, the Gregorian calendar, which was established by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, and is used in most countries of the world. With the spread of Western culture to the rest of the world during the 20th century, January 1 became a universal date, even in countries with their own New Year celebrations.

Revolution Day

It is the party that celebrates the beginning of a new year. The date on which this celebration takes place depends on the type of calendar used, and the most common is January 1, the Gregorian calendar, which was established by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, and is used in most countries of the world. With the spread of Western culture to the rest of the world during the 20th century, January 1 became a universal date, even in countries with their own New Year celebrations.

Virgin of Guadalupe

It is the party that celebrates the beginning of a new year. The date on which this celebration takes place depends on the type of calendar used, and the most common is January 1, the Gregorian calendar, which was established by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, and is used in most countries of the world. With the spread of Western culture to the rest of the world during the 20th century, January 1 became a universal date, even in countries with their own New Year celebrations.

December’s holidays

It is the party that celebrates the beginning of a new year. The date on which this celebration takes place depends on the type of calendar used, and the most common is January 1, the Gregorian calendar, which was established by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582, and is used in most countries of the world. With the spread of Western culture to the rest of the world during the 20th century, January 1 became a universal date, even in countries with their own New Year celebrations.

Pre-Hispanic Mexico

Pre-Hispanic Mexico By Photography by "La Gran Tenochtitlán" (1945). National Palace of Mexico. Mural. By Diego Rivera.   The origins of Mesoamerica Only six places are known in the world where civilization originated. In Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, and India, cities…

The Conquest

The Conquest By Photography by "Epopeya del pueblo mexicano" (1935). National Palace of Mexico. By Diego Rivera.   European geographical explorations The fall of Constantinople to the Turks cut off the trade routes between Asia and Europe. Not wanting to…

Viceregal Mexico

Viceregal Mexico By Photography "Epopeya del pueblo mexicano" (1935) National Palace of Mexico. Mural. By Diego Rivera   The expansion of New Spain After the fall of Mexico - Tenochtitlan, the captains of Cortes dedicated themselves to conquering more remote…

Independence

Independence By Photography "Hidalgo Incendiario" (1937) Goverment Palace of Guadalajara, Jalisco. Mural. By José Clemente Orozco.   Independence Background After three centuries of Spanish domain, a new nation had formed in New Spain, distinct from the European "Madre Patria" and…