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A dead holiday dedicated to those who are alive in memory.

Day of the Dead is a Mexican festival which is celebrated in Mexico and around the world in other cultures. This festival is celebrated in rememberance of all the LATE folks.

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A dead holiday dedicated to those who are  alive in memory.

A dead holiday dedicated to those who are alive in memory.

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Masses have been commemorating the Day of the Dead festival in honor of departed relatives.

Masses have been commemorating the Day of the Dead festival in honor of departed relatives.

In the Philippines, millions of Catholics congregate with family members at the graveyards of dead loved ones to celebrate their memory.

In the Philippines, millions of Catholics congregate with family members at the graveyards of dead loved ones to celebrate their memory.

A boy who is cleaning a CROSS marking the tomb of a loved one in a Manila cemetery.

A boy who is cleaning a CROSS marking the tomb of a loved one in a Manila cemetery.

The people are gathering for celebration.

The people are gathering for celebration.

A symbol representing death in Mexican folklore.

A symbol representing death in Mexican folklore.

Dedicated to the loved ones.

Dedicated to the loved ones.

People get into different costumes in remembrance of dead.

People get into different costumes in remembrance of dead.

Don't be scared.

Don't be scared.

Nice band!

Nice band!

You can buy fun things in the market.

You can buy fun things in the market.

People write messages for their loved ones.

People write messages for their loved ones.

Skull sculpture art on the face.

Skull sculpture art on the face.

Sweet child showing emotions.

Sweet child showing emotions.

Aztec and Roman Catholic are combined in Mexico for practices and beliefs.

Aztec and Roman Catholic are combined in Mexico for practices and beliefs.

Representations of Catrina, one of the most popular figures of the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico.

Representations of Catrina, one of the most popular figures of the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico.

The people give condolences to their loved ones.

The people give condolences to their loved ones.

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