Community members dancing on stage celebrating Mexico's Independence day, which is observed on the 15th and 16th of September. The girls are wearing dresses from the Mexican state of Jalisco. These dresses are known for being styled after Spanish dresses, appearing in Mexico after it was colonized. The dresses are traditionally made out of cotton and are brightly colored and adorned with ribbons. The boys wear sombreros.
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