Mexico was under the dominion of the Spanish crown for about 300 years, during which time its laws were followed and a process of dominance, exploitation and acculturation of indigenous peoples was carried out. In 1810 the Independence of our country in the state of Guanajuato began, the priest Miguel Hidalgo was in charge of orchestrating the early morning of September 16 with the famous cry of Dolores and the tinkling of the bell in the parish of the town.
After 11 years of fervent battle, where tireless insurgents fought to make our Mexico a country where justice would rule, on September 27, 1821 it is considered the consummation of the struggle for independence.
On September 15 of this year, the 209 anniversary of the independence of Mexico was celebrated, and with it the traditional parade was held in La Peñita de Jaltemba, where high school and high school students simulated the struggle that gave us freedom.
This parade started at approximately 9:15 p.m. Along the main avenue that culminates in the town square, where there was typical Mexican food, desserts, drinks and live music, awards were granted by local authorities to local talents, who with their effort and discipline have Put our bay on top. With the money raised from the sale of food, the almost 70 palm trees of the avenue and plaza will begin to be maintained, the remainder will be used for the payment of the cleaning staff of the same town.