Zocalo Square and Mexico City Cathedral - Mexico City, Mexico

Cinco De Mayo Fun Facts

Do you which battle led to the victory of Mexico over the French empire. The festival of Cinco de Mayo is celebrated every year to honor this day of victory.

Here we present some glorious facts about this festival celebrated with food, music, and dance.

Cinco De Mayo Fun Facts

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The festival of Cinco de Mayo has celebrated on 5th May every year in Mexico as well as the United States of America.
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Ignacio Zaragoza led Mexico to a victory against the French regime at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. This day every year is celebrated as the Cinco de Mayo festival.
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Mexico got victory against the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. To commemorate this victory, every year, this day is celebrated as the Cinco de Mayo festival.
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At Campo Marte, military commemoration is held in Mexico on the day of the festival of Cinco de Mayo. In the Historic Center of Mexico City A street, Avenida Cinco de Mayo was named after this battle.
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The city of la Puebla was founded in 1531. It is the second-largest city in colonial Mexico and is located between Mexico City and Veracruz, Mexico’s main Atlantic port.
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Although Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican festival, the largest celebration of this festival takes place in Los Angeles, where an annual event is Fiesta Broadway as a part of celebrations.
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National holiday on the anniversary of the Battle of Puebla was declared in 1862 by President Benito Juarez, who, after the victory over the French, formed the new government in 1867.
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A concurrent resolution issued by the US Congress in 2005 led the US president to proclaim the festival of Cinco de Mayo as a holiday on 5th May every year.
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Mexican Independence Day and Cinco de Mayo are often confused with each other. Mexican Independence Day falls on 16 September, when after the Cry of Dolores (1810), the war for independence was initiated.
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The Battle of Puebla was fought in 1862 between Mexico and the French regime, which saw the victory and independence of Mexico.

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