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|Year (Año Nuevo)||Every Spanish speaking country||The month of january first||Celebration of the start of the entire year. Fireworks, etc.|
|Circus (Circus)||Most Spanish speaking countries||Usually ends at the time before Ash Wednesday||A meeting prior to the fasting connected with Given (Roman Catholic custom). Parades, costumes, dances, Circus Queen elections, and fireworks.|
|Easter time (Pascuas/Semana Santa)||Every Spanish speaking country, esp. The country, Guatemala, and Peru||Sunday through Saturday prior to the first Sunday following the first full moon on or after March 21||Commemorates a few days that Christ was crucified and resurrected.|
|Labor Day (Día del Trabajador)||The country only, but other nations have Labor Day holidays also||May first||Break from public work- much like USA Labor day.|
|Festival – Bonfires of Saint John (L’ensemble des Fogueres de Sant Joan)||The country only||June 19th to 24th||Fireworks, parties, and large bonfires.|
|Assumption of Mary (Asunción)||The country only||August 15th|
|Columbus Day (Fiesta Nacional de España)||The country only||October twelfth||Holiday commemorating Christopher Columbus and also the nation of The country. Has parades along with other festivities.|
|All Saint’s Day (Día de los Santos) / Halloween (Día de los Muertos)||Every Spanish speaking country (to different levels)||November first||Celebrates and honors the lives from the deceased and also the continuation of existence. Dying isn’t the finish, but the start of another phase of existence.|
|Metabolic rate Day (Día en Constitución)||The country only||December sixth||Day celebrating the Metabolic rate of The country.|
|Immaculate Conception (Inmaculada Concepción)||The country only||December eighth||Feast celebrating the birth of Mary mom of Jesus.|
|Christmas (Navidad)||Every Spanish speaking country||December 25th||Celebrates the birth of Christ. Gifts exchanged, etc. much like in the united states.|
|The siesta||Every Spanish speaking country||Mid-mid-day nap||Less popular from modern changes, but nonetheless exists.|
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Eyby monzon: A huevo compa que VIVA MEXICO 🇲🇽
Zelduhh AA: What language is spoken in Chile?
Ruben Escaray: If Venezuela had a good economy it would be the first. But you can't even get fuckinh toilet paper here man…
SkankHunt42: If Mexico has a good economy it would still be first.
SkankHunt42: Las mujeres de venezuela y colombia son plastico. Mucha sirugia plastica.
irvin godinez: Viva México!
Daszia Zurich: El Volcán Arenal puto ardido de mierda México es el mejor perro!!!
Serena 22: Ay amigo… es enserio :C, Mexico tiene mas que eso
Eduardo Barreto: Its so funny for me how you pronunciate spanish words.
Alana Wood: I agree with all except Dominican Republic.