Images of Dia de Muertos to share
It is a special celebration where they are reminded of our dead and dedicated on November 1 to children and 2 to adults.
Images of Dia de muertos refers to Mexican culture and tradition
The popular belief is that the souls of the loved ones that were left to us return from beyond the grave during the Day of the Dead.
For this, they are received with an offering where they place their favorite food and drink, fruit, sweet candies and, if appropriate, toys for children.
Nor are there missing the photographs of the dead and the colorful flowers of cempaschil.
In Mexico death is perceived in a very peculiar way, because Mexicans use satire to mock it.
An example of this expression is the famous "Catrina": a skull popularized by engraver and caricaturist Jos Guadalupe Posadas.
Images of Dia de Muertos refers to Mexican humor
Traditionally, La Catrina wears the dress of a lady of high society, as a sign of the presence of death in the daily life of all social strata
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