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Long live Mexico! This was the cry for independence worldwide

Undoubtedly, the cry for independence aroused admiration on social networks due to the worldwide celebrations.

One of the places where the 213th anniversary of Mexico’s independence was celebrated was the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

Late at night, hundreds of people gathered around the world’s tallest building, which was completely illuminated with the Mexican flag.

The impressive event was a sensation for the Mexicans who were in this country and celebrated thousands of kilometers from home.

On the other hand, in the city Chicago In the United States there was a big tricolor festival on the streets.

Due to the large crowds that gradually arrived, the presence of the city administration was necessary to maintain order.

On platform X you can see a cart with several people being pulled by a white delivery truck.

A hundred Mexican families and friends brought T-shirts from their soccer team, fireworks and of course the Mexican flags.

The night was filled with an atmosphere full of dancing, partying and joy.

From the windows, on the roofs of the cars or from the back, green, white and red illuminated the windy city.

The one who also won the country’s respect again was Adele during his last lecture.

Just before her concert began at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, the singer’s fans were filled with excitement when they saw a group of mariachis standing at the entrance of the theater, delighting everyone passing by.

During her show, Adele wore several tri-colored accessories, including a green, white and red headband.

He also saw him with the flag on his back and a doll dressed for the national celebration.

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