Traditional Christmas celebrations in Mexico include Las Posadas, a nine-day festival when families host parties and reenact Mary and Joseph's search for a room at the inn (or posada).
In Mexico, festivities begin on December 12, and last through January 6.
Christmas in Mexico is celebrated during a season that begins in early December
to January 6, with one other related event on February 2. During this entire ...
In Mexico, Christmas is celebrated from the December 12th to January 6th. From
December 16th to Christmas Eve, children often perform the 'Posada' ...
Navidad: Christmas in Mexico, it's history, practice and regional customs
including the Posadas, or recreation of Mary and Joseph looking for a place to
stay for ...
Posadas are held on each of the nine nights leading up to Christmas
, from December 16 to 24th.
The celebration consists of a procession with candles, sometimes with individuals selected to play the parts of Mary and Joseph, or sometimes images are carried. In this son... More »
The Mexican celebration of Christmas begins December 16 and is called 'las
posadas.' Learn more about the unique Christmas traditions in Mexico.
Mexican Christmas traditions are not influenced by the American way. Popular
cultural traditions in Mexico, called 'Posadas'. Read and learn more about the ...
Celebrations are held throughout Mexico on Christmas Day (Navidad) each year
to commemorate the birth of Jesus, whom many Christians believe is the son of ...
Nov 28, 2012 ... Mexican Christmas traditions celebrate over a period of two months. They also
use different songs, food, and decorations to celebrate a ...
Rich in traditional festivities, a Mexican Christmas is filled with wonder.