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Day of the Dead, a Mexican tradition in Santiago Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca by Stephen Dyer Wells

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Day of the Dead in Mexico or Dia de los Muertos is celebrated throughout Mexico. Her face is unforgettable and she goes by many names: La Catrina (Fancy Lady), La Flaca (Skinny), La Huesuda (Bony), La Pelona (Baldy). A fixture in Mexican society, she's not some trendy fashion model, but La Muerte — Death. El Dia is a day of celebration with deep spiritual connections to the souls who gone before yet through family rituals remain connected to this reality. read more
Published or Updated on: January 1, 2001 by Stephen Dyer Wells © 2001
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