Culture

f0732116e40fb225940a38be7258b6f0 Mexican culture reflects the complexity of the  country’s history through the blending of  indigenous cultures  and the culture of Spain  imparted during Spain’s 300-year colonization of  Mexico. The culture of  Mexico has  changed rapidly during the 19th and 20th centuries. In many ways, contemporary life in its cities has become    similar to that in neighboring United States and Europe. Most Mexican villagers follow the older way of life  more than the city people do.

 Mexicans celebrate their independence from Spain on September 16, and other holidays with festivals known  as “Fiestas”. Many Mexican cities, towns and villages hold a yearly festival to commemorate their local patron saints. During these festivities, the people pray and burn candles to honor their saints in churches decorated with flowers and colorful utensils.

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