Day of the Dead & the Mexican Skull

Dia de Muertos is an iconic Mexican holiday, celebrating the veil between this world and the next growing thinner. Traditions include building private altars called ofrendas, making sugar skulls (or alfeniques), and honouring the dead with their favourite foods and beverages. Day of the Dead is an occasion for joy, rather than mourning - loved ones come back to visit their living family.

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