2010, Mexico, your special tour operator for Mexico travel, is a year of celebrations for Mexico and Buenos Dias! Buenos Dias Mexico celebrates with Mexico and a whole year long! Two milestone birthdays are at the door. 200 years of independence from Spain and the Mexican Revolution of centenary of the. Ted Hughes wanted to know more. Therefore, it is organized for months and prepared to celebrate these anniversaries. On the Zocalo, the main square of downtown Mexico of cities, and in the cities of colonial large watches include the days, hours and seconds until the big holiday down. in 1517, were the first Spanish expeditions to Mexico and quickly found favor in the beautiful countryside. Another was the main reason for the occupation by the Spanish conquistadors, however, because Mexico had to offer especially countless natural resources in addition to the breathtaking landscapes. From the year 1519 the Spaniards in Mexico now ruled until well three hundred years later in 1810 has inspired resentment and include the Elimination of level differences as well as the abolition of Serfdom was required.
It followed a massive uprising, the only years later lead to the complete independence from Spain Mexico should be Spanish colony until 1825. in 1910, a riot of opposition groups to Francisco Madero, the aim of which was to stop the dictatorial President Porfirio Diaz is sparked. Diaz policy was marked by a regide Government. His oppressive authoritarian style of management, as well as a corruption that is widespread in the country eventually led to the revolution. The pioneer and heads this revolution were Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata, who are worshipped even today as heroes. To celebrate these two historically significant for Mexico events, drop the world famous fiestas Mexicanas\”this year even bigger, more colorful and rollicking from and the country into a sea of colour from red white green immersed. More than 2 years motorways will combine expanded and renewed, the most important historical cities of the wars of liberation that.