Piņatas and Smiling Skeletons: Celebrating Mexican Festivals
Discover how Mexico's festivals blend the cultures of her ancient people and of Spain. Enjoy the legends, foods, and holiday activities that make Mexico's holidays unique! Here is a year's worth of special Mexican celebrations for young and old.
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