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Brazil, Costa Rica, el salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, nicuragua, and Mexico
No, Mexico does not celebrate USA's Independence day on the 4th of July...They have thier own Independence Day...September 16th....to celebrate Mexico's independence from Spanish rule.
Mexico does indeed have an Independence Day - It is each September 16th when they celebrate their independence from Spanish rule. See the weblink at the lower left for more information.
Independence from Spanish rule.
Spanish countries celebrate the day of the dead
ARE YOU MENTAL? Colombia gained independence from SPAIN. Colombians have Spanish ancestors FYI
Devotion spanish teachers are stupid
the dependant ones :-(((((((
Spanish countries do not celebrate Thanksgiving. It is an American celebration that started in Plymouth colony by the Pilgrims. They were thankful for making it to the New World and being able to have a bountiful harvest that first fall.
I think that it is the English and the Spanish.
yes,it is called bones of the holy
no one will ever now lol :)
The independence in Mexico was between the Spanish and Mexican people which started on September 16,1810.
December 1st. On the December 1st 1640, Portugal regained its independence from Spain, after 80 years of spanish ruling.
You may not be able to believe this...but its true. December 25.