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Mexicans give cry of independence in Miami

With mariachi music and the enjoyment of typical snacks, the Mexican community of South Florida tonight held the traditional ceremony of the "scream" to commemorate the 206 anniversary of the independence of Mexico.

The celebration was organized by the Consulate General of Mexico in Miami in the Auditorium Theodore R. Gibson of Campus Kendall of the Miami Dade College, who wore shredded paper of different colors.

A dozen of restaurants with food typical in Miami, as "Coyo Taco" and "Talavera" that participated for first time in the celebration, made the delights of hundreds of assistants.

Tacos pastor, pibil cochinita, tamales, horchata, corn blades, tequila; shells and doughnuts, as well as sweets, evoked the Mexican culinary culture.

Consul general José Antonio Zabalgoitia led the traditional "Grito de Dolores" point of 21:00 local time (01:00 GMT Friday).

The notes of the national anthem rumbled in the Auditorium and then Zabalgoitia rallied the community to the shout of "Viva Mexico!", in remembrance of the independence epic that Father Miguel Hidalgo led to 206 years ago.

The party was entertained by mariachi de Mora Arriaga brothers, who presented to a group of children and young graduates of the first school of South Florida mariachi.
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