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Christmas in Mexico

Christmas, celebrated on the 25th of December, is a time of joy, giving, and familial warmth. Rooted in the Christian faith, it marks the birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem, a significant event observed by various Christian denominations. Beyond religious observances, Christmas embodies values such as generosity, self-improvement, and the belief that collective efforts can bring about miracles, fostering positive changes in our surroundings.… Read More

Day of the Dead in Mexico

The Day of the Dead in Mexico is a very old festivity that dates back to the indigenous vision of death. The celebration takes place on the night of November 2 of each year. The celebration consists of gathering the objects that the dead used in life and their favorite food, as well as flowers to make a path that guides the deceased towards their offering, candles or candlesticks on an altar. In addition to the Pan de Muerto and the sugar skulls.… Read More