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Photos of Dia de los Muertos festivities in Mexico

Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos as it’s known in Spanish, took place in Mexico in early November with beautiful imagery captured of the celebrations. Honoring the lives of lost family members and friends, this festival sees alters full of candles and food, bunches of marigold flowers set upon graves, ‘pan de muerto’ treats being shared and of course, incredible costumes on display as processions take place along the streets, remembering those who have died.


Mexican lady making Dia de los Muertos meals
Making Dia de los Muertos meals
Dia de los Muertos 3 parade
Dia de los Muertos singing in the cemetery
lady carry flower in the cemetery
Dia de los Muertos offerings
Dia de los Muertos 7 wedding couple costumes

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