We know most of The Yucatan Times readers are highly educated and culturally aware. Still, not all readers are thoroughly familiar with all the high points of Mexican history and culture, such as Mexican Independence Day, Sept. 16th. That’s why The Yucatan Times presents this infographic which provides some of the background and history of the movement that led to Mexican Independence including some interesting and fun facts.
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