While Halloween is a time to scare people with ghosts and the dead, the Day of the Dead is a time to celebrate ghosts and the dead. A traditional Mexican holiday, Día de los Muertos is a time to honor the souls of the deceased. Back to Article
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there is a bread i tried it and it was pretty good
My brother got free food from it
I got extra credit, because i made my face as a calavera today. (:-
Pray for their spirits
I'm not going to celebrate it because I don't have anyone to do it for! I might.....once someone dies!
i'm awesome and notmexsic
I've never celebrated it but this looks kinda awesome. I'm going to read up on the celebration some more.
im half mexican, hard to see it though, but im proud
well im na in mexico whats the deal
I Celebrate Day Of The Deaad. Im Half Mexicann Soo...
I proud to be mexican
I love day of the dead cause im Mexican
I like deth...well...I want to go to the Day of the daed thigf..
In my school in Mexico we did a dance for our deceased ones. It was partially embarrassing for me since I was in a dress, but everything else was great.
Though, I still miss my great-grandfather.
I dressed up as a person who celebrates "Day of the Dead" for Halloween!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Little culture dosage. In ancient Tenochtitlan, It's supposed that the ancient would come from the Mictlán, Tlalocan and Tonatiuhichan to visit their beloved.
When the Spanish conquered the land,in order to make the population catholic, they combined multiple celebrations, including the day of the dead, making it a catholic celebration.