Aguinaldo Fiestas Patrias 2016
Aguinaldo Fiestas Patrias 2016 is an annual holiday celebration in Chile which is held on the 18th and 19th of September. It is a two-day celebration which commemorates the country's independence from Spain and celebrates the national culture of Chile. On the 18th of September, the day is filled with traditional music, dance, and festivities throughout the country. It is also a day of reflection and remembrance of those who have lost their lives defending Chile's independence. On the 19th of September, the holiday continues with a National Parade which marches through the streets of Santiago.
History of Aguinaldo Fiestas Patrias
Aguinaldo Fiestas Patrias has its roots in the Chilean Revolution of 1810. On the 18th of September, the Chilean people declared their independence from Spain and formed their first independent government. It was a momentous moment in Chilean history, and the celebration of Fiestas Patrias has been held ever since. The holiday is a time for people to come together to celebrate the nation’s freedom and to reflect on the history of Chile.
During Aguinaldo Fiestas Patrias, people throughout Chile celebrate with traditional music and dance. The most popular dances are the Cueca and the Chilote. The Cueca is a fast-paced dance which features couples dancing in a circle and includes traditional instruments such as guitars and drums. The Chilote is a slower, more relaxed dance which is accompanied by traditional singing. Other activities include parades, fireworks, and traditional food and drinks.
Aguinaldo Fiestas Patrias is an important holiday in Chile that celebrates the country's independence and national culture. It is a time for people to come together and celebrate the nation's freedom and to remember those who fought for it. The holiday is filled with traditional music and dance, parades, fireworks, and traditional food and drinks. It is a day to honor the past and to look forward to the future.