Dia de la Raza is the spanish version of our Christopher Columbus day. It celebrates the day when Columbus stepped foot on the Americas. It also celebrates latin culture and heritage.
Dia De la Raza
What's Dia de la Raza?
Dia de la Raza is celebrated in Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador,Honduras, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela. The people in these countries celebrate the day by having parades, with food and music, dances, and different traditions.
Which countries celbrate Dia de la Raza?
Dia de la Raza
Dia de la Raza started On October 12, 1492, when Christopher Columbus came to the Americas and colonized them. It is still celebrated every year on October 12.
When did Dia de la Raza start and when is it celebrated now?