How did Mexico celebrate its independence?
they have a military parade
Mexico celebrates its independence each September 16. First, during the early hours of the day, there is a "cry of independence" at the National Palace in Mexico City, where the Mexican President salutes the crowds with the "Viva Mexico"; it is shortly followed by a display of fireworks. Then, during the day, a military parade takes place.
What bell sounded and kept in Mexico City and rung every year to celebrate Mexican independence day?
Many countries celebrate their own Independence days. In Mexico they celebrate Cinco de Mayo, which is on may fifth. However most countries do not celebrate the independence days of other countries because of lack of relevance to their own lives. In the U.S.A we celebrate Cinco de Mayo, but more as another day to drink irresponsibly. this practice was Incorporated by various beer and liquor companies as a marketing tool to boost sales.
Only The United States Celebrate July 4th. However, many other countries celebrate their own individual Independence Days. For Example Mexico celebrates theirs on May 5th. Other countries may have holidays that are celebrated on July 4th, but only the United States celebrates its independence on the 4th. Other countries don't care about when the United States declared independence.