Children are also expected to stay at the panteón to spend time with their deceased relatives during the celebrations.

Mexico’s Dia de Muertos celebration: Is it dying?

In Mexico, Day of the Dead – Día de Muertos – is a spiritual, intense vigil connecting the souls of the living and dead. Over the past decade, increasing numbers of tourists have been drawn to Mexico to experience the event for themselves. This has brought the traditional indigenous observance into the international spotlight and has led […]

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