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Quinceañera - Wikipedia


Quinceañera also called fiesta de quince años, fiesta de quinceañera, quince años, quinceañero or simply quince, is a celebration of a girl's fifteenth birthday with cul...

Birthday Traditions - Fun French and Spanish


Birthday traditions - learn about interesting traditions in Peru, Mexico and other countries, such as torta helada.

Birthday Traditions in Mexico | Mattitos.com


Sep 16, 2013 ... Birthdays in Mexico are more than just another day, they are are a time for great celebration. Families, both from near and far, get together ...

20 Spanish Traditions, Customs, and Superstitions - TakeLessons


Dec 7, 2015 ... Spanish Traditions; Mexican Traditions; Spanish Christmas Traditions ... in brightly-colored papier-mâché at childrens' birthday parties.

Hispanic Traditions - Latino Traditions - Hispanic Christmas Traditions


Interested in learning about Hispanic traditions? You've come ... This is a traditional Mexican birthday song (some people say that in fact, it is two songs in one).

13 Hispanic Traditions To Celebrate And Keep - Latin Times


Sep 17, 2014 ... Some Latin traditions are sadly dying. ... Most teenagers now celebrate with a regular birthday party or celebrate their 'sweet sixteens' instead!

How do people celebrate birthdays in Spain? | About Spain ...


One big difference I found between birthday customs in Spain and the USA is that when a Spaniard has a birthday (s)he invites all her/his ...

Quinceanera History, Traditions | Sweet Sixteen Traditions


A Quinceañera is the Hispanic tradition of celebrating a young girl's coming of age - her 15th birthday. Today's celebrations embrace religious customs, and the  ...

7 signs it's your birthday in Mexico - Matador Network


Sep 25, 2014 ... My favourite Mexican birthday tradition is “la mordida,” when the ... of the few Latin countries with a birthday song that's not simply a Spanish ...

How do people celebrate birthdays in Spain? - Quora


Neil Wykes is right. In Spain the person whose birthday it is is expected to pay for the meal (if there is a meal) and/or the drinks, or at least for part of it.