Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) —Mexico | TOP 10 World Legendary Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss

Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) —Mexico TOP 10 World Legendary Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss

Bread of the dead - Oaxaca, Mexico... omg, when you need to bite someone's head off. xoPiper

Wax figures representing the los muertos in the Day of the Dead bread of Oaxaca

FOR METRO - A section of a grave decortated with calaveras Monday Oct. 31, 2005 in the Panteon Municipal in Xoxocotlan, Oaxaca, Mexico during Dia De Los Muertos celebrations. PHOTO BY EDWARD A. ORNELAS/STAFF Photo: EDWARD A. ORNELAS, SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS

FOR METRO - A section of a grave decortated with calaveras Monday Oct. 2005 in the Panteon Municipal in Xoxocotlan, Oaxaca, Mexico

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How to Celebrate Day of the Dead in Oaxaca

Experience the magic of Oaxaca's Day of the Dead celebrations: Day of the Dead Altars in Oaxaca

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Skeletal ceramic piece by Leopoldo Garcia Aguilar of Ocotlan de Morelos

Oaxaca, Mexico during days of the dead

Dia De Los Muertos /Day of the Dead~Oaxaca, Mexico during days of the dead

Dia de los Muertos altar - Ofrenda, Oaxaca Mexico

Build a Day of the Dead altar / ofrenda with authentic folk art, candles & candle holders, cempasuchil, copal & more.

Creating a Día de los Muertos Altar, the Kitchen [ MexicanConnexionforTile.com ] #culture #Talavera #Mexican

Creating a Día de los Muertos Altar

History of DIA DE LOS MUERTOS (Day of the Dead) - woman decorating her home ofrenda in patzcuaro mexico

Huipil, Oaxaca, Mexico

The Oaxacan Huipil – Traditional costume

Huipil ['wipil] (from the Nahuatl word huīpīlli) is the most common traditional garment worn by indigenous women from central Mexico to Central America.

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