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Cinco de Mayo


Interesting Fact:


Cinco de Mayo, which translates to the “fifth of May” in English, is a holiday meant to commemorate the Mexican military’s victory in the 1862 Battle of Puebla during the country’s war with France.


But the holiday is not an independence day nor celebrated in Mexico, as Mexico's Independence Day is in September.

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