28 Eye-Popping Photos from Mexico's Day of the Dead Celebrations

The annual holiday commemorates lost loved ones with adorned altars, beautiful flowers and a multitude of color
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Mercado De Artesanias De "La Ciudadela", Mexico City, MexicoMercado De Artesanias De "La Ciudadela"Mexico City, MexicoHuichol craft . Handimade “calaveritas”, used for celebrating the day of the dead in Mexico, #travel&living #craft #handmade #traditions&customs...Oaxaca, MexicoOaxacaMexicoDay of the dead floor muralPalacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, MexicoPalacio de Bellas ArtesMexico City, MexicoOne of the Day of the Dead shrines outside of Mexico's Bellas Artes. #merch #lifeatexpediaEstadio Olímpico Universitario, Mexico City, MexicoEstadio Olímpico UniversitarioMexico City, MexicoHuichol skull . Handimade “calaverita”, used for celebrating the day of the dead in Mexico, #outdoors #tradition #handcrafts #colorful #mexico...Panteon General, Oaxaca, MexicoPanteon GeneralOaxaca, MexicoDuring the Day of the Dead festival, cemeteries become a place of life and celebration as graves are adorned and decorated with thousands of...Oaxaca, MexicoOaxacaMexicoDay of the Dead / cementeryZócalo, Mexico City, MexicoZócaloMexico City, MexicoThough the biggest Day of the Dead celebrations are held in Oaxaca county, you'll find decorative masks, ornaments and shrines all over Mexico...Zócalo, Mexico City, MexicoZócaloMexico City, MexicoThough the biggest Day of the Dead celebrations are held in Oaxaca county, you'll find decorative masks, ornaments and shrines all over Mexico...Zócalo, Mexico City, MexicoZócaloMexico City, MexicoThough the biggest Day of the Dead celebrations are held in Oaxaca county, you'll find decorative masks, ornaments and shrines all over Mexico...Estadio Olímpico Universitario, Mexico City, MexicoEstadio Olímpico UniversitarioMexico City, Mexicoa "calaverita" skull made of different seeds(beens, corn, lentil, seed pip) during the celebration of the day of the dead in Mexico #outdoors...En La Feria Del Libro En El Zócalo :), Mexico City, MexicoEn La Feria Del Libro En El Zócalo :)Mexico City, MexicoDía de Muertons or day for dead, like Halloween in US is celebrated on 11/02 in Mexico. Here are a lot of skull and color orange is made by flower...Zócalo, Mexico City, MexicoZócaloMexico City, MexicoThough the biggest Day of the Dead celebrations are held in Oaxaca county, you'll find decorative masks, ornaments and shrines all over Mexico...3 Reyes, Quintana Roo, Mexico3 ReyesQuintana Roo, MexicoI got invited to take pictures at a very special Day of the Dead ceremony in 3 Reyes—a small Mayan community in the state of Yucatan. To witness...Kiosco de Coyoacán, Mexico City, MexicoKiosco de CoyoacánMexico City, MexicoDía de los muertos (Day of the dead) is quite a thing in Mexico. Here is an "ofrenda" in a public plaza, with a Frida Kahlo figure, an "alebrije",...Zócalo, Mexico City, MexicoZócaloMexico City, MexicoThough the biggest Day of the Dead celebrations are held in Oaxaca county, you'll find decorative masks, ornaments and shrines all over Mexico...Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, MexicoPalacio de Bellas ArtesMexico City, MexicoThe fusion of Halloween and Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in Mexico City is always a winner. Infinite numbers of eccentric and vibrant...South Valley, Albuquerque, South Valley, New MexicoSouth Valley, AlbuquerqueSouth Valley, New MexicoMarigold parade celebrating Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) - this annual march through the streets of the South Valley brings out all kinds of...Zócalo, Mexico City, MexicoZócaloMexico City, MexicoThough the biggest Day of the Dead celebrations are held in Oaxaca county, you'll find decorative masks, ornaments and shrines all over Mexico...Mercado de Coyoacán, Mexico City, MexicoMercado de CoyoacánMexico City, MexicoColorful calaveras for the Day of the Dead celebrations in MexicoMercado de Coyoacán, Mexico City, MexicoMercado de CoyoacánMexico City, MexicoHundreds of little and traditional "calaveritas" made of sugar and chocolate during the celebration of the Day of the Dead in Mexico
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