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1116-25550 - People decorate the grave of four children who died in a house fire for the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the Tzintzuntzan cemetery. People decorate the graves of their dead children, often referred to as little angels (angelitos) with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxochitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, toys, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home., Michoacun, Mexico
1116-25555 - Grave of a teenager shot in a hunting accident during the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the Tzintzuntzan cemetery. People decorate the graves of their dead children, often referred to as little angels (angelitos) with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxochitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, toys, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home. Families celebrate their late offspring by the tombs all night from October 31 to November 1, All Saints Day, date that is set aside for remembrance of deceased infants and children., Michoacun, Mexico
1116-25439 - Girl dressed in a Halloween costume for the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the new Erongaricuaro cemetery. People decorate the graves of their loved ones with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxochitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home. Families celebrate their late relatives by the tombs on November 2, All Souls Day., Michoacun, Mexico
1116-26454 - Calaveras (skulls) made from sugar paste for the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead in Putzcuaro. These skulls are decorated with flowers and scrolls of coloured icing and metallic coloured foils., Michoacun, Mexico
1116-26466 - Celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the San Andrus Tzirondaro cemetery. People decorate the graves of their loved ones with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxochitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home. Families celebrate their late relatives by the tombs on November 2, All Souls Day., Michoacun, Mexico
1116-25434 - Woman arranging candles on a grave during the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the San Pedro Cucuchucho cemetery. People decorate the graves of their loved ones with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxochitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home. Families celebrate their late relatives by the tombs all night from November 1, All Saints Day to November 2, All Souls Day., Michoacun, Mexico
1116-26413 - Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead altar at the Regional Museum of Michoacun in Morelia. These altars usually have the Christian cross, pictures of deceased persons, and scores of candles. Ofrendas (offerings) usually include foods such as candied pumpkin, pan de muerto (bread of the dead), sugar skulls and beverages such as atole., Michoacun, Mexico
1116-25535 - Woman by a grave during the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the San Jeronimo Purenchecuaro cemetery. People decorate the graves of their loved ones with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxochitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home. Families celebrate their late relatives by the tombs on November 2, All Souls Day., Michoacun, Mexico
1116-25436 - Boy by his mother's grave during the celebration of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the San Pedro Cucuchucho cemetery. People decorate the graves of their loved ones with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxochitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home. Families celebrate their late relatives by the tombs all night from November 1, All Saints Day to November 2, All Souls Day., Michoacun, Mexico
857-70414 - Jen Dwyer holds a photograph of her grandmother while taking part in the All Souls Procession in Tucson, Arizona, November 6, 2002. Inspired by Mexico's Dia de los Muertos holiday, over 10,000 participants gather on the streets of downtown Tucson for a two-mile long human-powered procession that ends in the finalizing action of burning a large urn filled with the hopes, offerings and wishes for those who have passed.
733-4790 - A candle lit grave, Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations in a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Lago de Patzcuaro, Michoacan state, Mexico, North America
733-4791 - Flowers symbolizing the life of a passionate cyclist, Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations in a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Lago de Patzcuaro, Michoacan state, Mexico, North America
733-4789 - A flower covered grave, Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations in a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Lago de Patzcuaro, Michoacan state, Mexico, North America
733-4788 - Mariachi group playing at a flower covered grave, Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations in a cemetery in Tzintzuntzan, Lago de Patzcuaro, Michoacan state, Mexico, North America
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