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dia de los muertos. Love the tree and marigold cross

Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead.a traditional altar honoring our deceased loved ones.

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Sacramento Rendezvous - 2011 - ladap

- I have always admired the home altars of Mexican families to remember and honor their deceased loved ones - to start or add to your collection, visit us at www.

.Muertos Ofrenda   A partial view of the impressive Dias de Muertos ofrenda at the Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC

Gunlod’s. (Diego from K’s aunt’s recipe.) OP: “Muertos Ofrenda A partial view of the impressive Dias de Muertos ofrenda at the Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC”

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Samhain // Hallowe'en // Day of the Dead - Professor Brings Awareness of Day of the Dead Tradition

Visit during "Las Muertes", the first days of November to see amazing Altares de Dia de los Muertos

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Halloween Boo, Halloween 2017, Halloween Ideas, Black Christmas, Yard Decorations, Fall Festivals, Day Of The Dead, Fall Decorating, Sugar Skulls

Altars, Latina, Kids, Altar

Chiapaneca-catrina ✨ #dayofthedead #diademuertos #traditional #mexican #embroidered

Beautiful Day Of The Dead outfit featuring a brightly coloured mexican dress and sugar skull makeup -Día de los Muertos, La Catrina

Mexico City holds its first Day of the Dead parade with floats, giant skeleton and more than 1,000 actors, dancers and acrobats in costumes.

Mexico City holds its first Day of the Dead parade with floats, giant skeleton and more than actors, dancers and acrobats in costumes.

Catrinas are originally inspired by the famous "La Catrina" of Jose Guadalupe Posadas. Usually have catrinas in clay, paper mache, wire, and wood. They are among the most loved pieces in Mexican folk art.

Catrinas are originally inspired by the famous "La Catrina" of Jose Guadalupe Posadas. Catrina figurines are usually found made of clay, papier-mâché, wire, and wood. They are among the most loved pieces in Mexican Folk Art.

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