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In the state of Tlaxcala, there are more than 200 patron saint celebrations with turkey moles, firecrackers, colorful processions, bullfighting events and the unmistakable pan de fiesta.
DISCOVER THE DAY OF THE DEAD OFFERINGS
In the capital city, the Day of the Dead celebration honors loved ones who have passed. From October 24 to November 19, Tlaxcala city is dressed with papel picado -itched paper- and altars for those who have passed, decorated with the colorful flower of the cempasuchil, or marigold, and the favorite meal of the deceased.
ENJOY THE GREAT FEAST OF TLAXCALA
Tlaxcala is the cradle of the nation and the mestizo cultural mix, where pre-Columbian and Spanish traditions are interwoven in festivals and traditional celebrations. At the Great Feast of Tlaxcala, enjoy days full of joy, magic, prayers, songs, colors and flavors while waiting for the blessed soul who will come join us.
VISIT EXHIBITIONS AND FAIRS
Bet on the cockfights and attend the Jorge Ranchero Aguilar bullring to witness one of the most relevant festivities of the year with the world-renowned bullfighters, also known as matadors, highlighting the traditional Day of the Dead Bullfight that takes place on November 2nd.
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