The victory of May 5 took place in the current city of Puebla de Zaragoza on the aforementioned day of the year 1862
The meaning of May 5 is one of the most important for Mexico , since the Battle of Puebla is celebrated, which marked history and gave strength to the Mexicans.
May 5, is the date of the commemoration of the Battle of Puebla , it marked the first time that the Mexican army faced a better prepared foreign power, in this case the French.
The victory of May 5 took place in the current city of Puebla de Zaragoza on the aforementioned day in 1862, which is still celebrated to this day.
On May 5 there are no classes but if you go to work , only basic-level children do not go to the classrooms, it is not considered a mandatory rest day by the labor law.
The Cinco de Mayo fight was recognized because it demonstrated the pride of Mexicans for their roots and their countries, a fact that has not been forgotten in years.
Ephemeris of May 5
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