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About Revolution day
Mexican Revolution took place from 1910 to 1920. It is celebrated on November 20th of every year. This day is referred to as the Día de la Revolution, or commonly as el veinte de November. There is a large parade in Mexico City's Zocalo, as well as speeches and official ceremonies. It is a federal holiday the majority of people march through the main streets and schools and local institutions participate with cheerleaders and acrobats. The official holiday for schools and government offices is on the third Monday on the month. The two most revolutionary leaders were Pancho Villa, the "Centaur of the North," was defeated in 1915 at Celaya, the biggest battle of the Revolution and Emiliano Zapata, leader of the "Liberation Army of the South.".
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