Day of the Death (in Spanish Día de Muertos)

Día de Muertos is one of the most important yearly celebrations in the Mexico, and is celebrated throughout the country.
Día de Muertos is about remember and honor our deceased loved ones.

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Día de Muertos consist in building private Altars in homes, schools, communities and Visit cemeteries to remember the love ones and bring back their spirit.
Families gathering together for a main reason which is gather with family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey.

Altars also called ofrendas are made to honor the deceased placing flowers, skulls, candles, foods, beverages, photos and memorabilia of the departed.

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One Minute in Mexico Video

Let me show you this incredible video: ONE MINUTE IN MEXICO.

Mexican food, Mexican colours, Mexican People, Mexican Traditions. 

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