Día de Muertos, popularly known as "the day of the death" has been celebrated for Centuries. Traditionally, this 3 days intimate occasion is regarded as the day at which "the livings" remember or communed with "the deaths". The festival has been described in many ways by many people. Some described it as "yuppie Halloween" some said it more of "Cinco de Mayo", some said it is more of celebrating "Mexicanidad". Whichever side you are, Día de Muertos, is becoming a cultural Phenomenon and unstoppable international event. It is celebrated and respected world-wide. Why not celebrating joyfully with lovely people remembering their loved ones?
Historically, this day is known for: visits to graveyards, rituals, Night vigils, altars decorations, offerings of food, offering drinks, offering of flowers etc. But Nowadays, it has been amalgamated with Parties, parades, cavalcades of giant skulls and reveling in skeleton costumes across the cities. Let go and celebrate!
Date: 2 November 2020
Venue: Mexico City – Mexico
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