Where Did the Quinceanera Originate from?


There has been much debate as to where the Quniceanera originated from. Some say it came from the Spaniards who conquered Mexico while others say it came from the Aztecs.
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Believe it or not, but the Quinceanera originated with the Aztecs about 500 B.C. It was said that when turning 15, Aztec womanhood was reached. Having the quinceanera marks this milestone in their lives.
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