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The folk dance of Mexico comes from it's European and African heritages. It's a variety of regional and ethnic traditions and cultures and the dance varies throughout the different regions.

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Parachicos, traditional dancers from Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, who dance on the streets of the town during the annual Great Feast festivity (January 4-22) | Jorge Ojeda Badenes, via Flickr

El Grito de la Independencia, Since October 1825, the anniversary of the event is celebrated as Mexican Independence Day.

as a little girl i used to Mexican folk dance

We will braid everybodies hair at this thinking day, representing Mexico

Niñas would love to take a picture of my girls like this just for fun. with braids and aprons. love it!

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Merida, Mexico The Jarana is the typical dance of Yucatan, with its origins in a blend of ancient indigenous, mestizo and Spanish dances. The typical costume of Yucatans mestizo women is known as the Terno. Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

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