Independence Day on September 16 —marking events that led to the creation of the Mexican Republic— is the most widely celebrated of Mexico's political holidays
Mexico celebrates its Independence in September—when streets, buildings and establishments get dressed in the country's national colors of green, white and red
Guide to Mexico's public holidays, civic holidays, and annual festivity dates
Mexico's central bank introduced a new design for the $100 peso bill on November 12, 2020 featuring scholar and philosopher Sor Juana Inés
Mexico's central bank introduced a new design for the $200 peso bill in September 2019 featuring heroes from the Mexican revolution movement
Mexico offers visitors and foreign residents year-round opportunities to enjoy the climate, culture, and events
By the early 19th century, the local middle classes had grown tired of sharing their wealth with Spain
A brief introduction to Mexico's History
Every now and again, Mexico's National Statistics Institute publishes off-beat snippets that have no bearing on the country's economic situation
On September 16, 1810, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla freed the prisoners in the town of Dolores who had been locked up by the Spanish authorities and called on the people to rebel by ringing the church bells.
The Mexican government has been getting a head start on celebrations of the bicentennial anniversary of the Independence, and the centennial anniversary of the Revolution.