Wednesday, October 06, 2010

La Feria de Colima 2010

From October 30th thru November 14th

This fair dates back as far back as Spanish occupation and was intended to honor the first Christian martyrs, beginning in Rome, where the Romans probably took it to Spain and then was brought to Mexico during the conquest.

The Fair Todos Santos has become a cultural and social event of great importance, is the ultimate celebration of Colima that lasts for 16 days a year, in a gathering where everyone fully enjoy these days, children, youth and adults within a framework of tradition, joy and above all safety.

Each of the 10 municipalities of the State have a space that highlight the most representative of their culture. Livestock exhibitions, and artistic attractions are carried out during Feria de Colima such as the regional theater showing the local talent, or "Charrería" which is already rich in tradition.

Held every year for traders, farmers and international artists making it the largest fair of Colima, without forgetting of course the beauty queens of Colima.

The 2010 Fair Poster




Feria Colima Website

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