Día de la Revolución Parade in La Peñita

Día de la Revolución (Mexican Revolution Day) takes place on November 20th and commemorates the Mexican revolution of 1910 led by Francisco Madero. To celebrate, there is always a mid-morning parade along the Avenida in La Peñita starting at 9am. Many of the local school children are dressed in costumes, plus there are bands, dancing horses and much more. Here are a few of my favorite photos from today’s parade…

 


Tiki, the owner from Las Brisas Restaurant in La Penita, and his daughter

 

 

 

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8 Reviews on “Día de la Revolución Parade in La Peñita”

  1. :

    We did not make it to the parade this year.. thank you for the fantastic pics!

  2. :

    We unfortunately were unable to watch the parade but your beautiful pictures gave us an excellent idea of the success of this event. Merci beaucoup.

  3. :

    Fantastic! The photos make me want to get on a plane tomorrow!

    1. :

      You and Buster can come visit anytime!

  4. :

    Hello Ally, I congratulate to you for your very good photos. Greetings

  5. :

    These are all lovely photos and really give a feel for how much effort goes into the costumes and amount of civic pride displayed by the school children... and the adults look pretty happy too!

  6. :

    Nice job, Ally. I took only a few photos today, but it is remarkable; from hundreds of kids, how often we shot the same ones. Tom

    1. :

      I know! That's why said that you must have been either a few steps in front or behind me (on your Facebook page). Kind of odd, huh!?

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