Las Posadas By Justin Robinson

Las Posadas is a Mexican holiday very similar to Christmas. This holiday is celebrated for nine days but only on Christmas eve does a door open. This is celebrated to commemorate the expected birth of the holy child.
for this holiday you are supposed to knock on 5 doors and if a devil appears and try's to keep them out. Everyone gathers in the plaza and boos the devil.
this is a major holiday and this holiday celebrates the coming of baby Jesus.
this holiday is very similar to Christmas. it is similar because they use Mary and Joseph, also they use the devil.
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