What Is a Day of the Dead Catrina? | POPSUGAR Latina
Altar: Altars are used to welcome the ancestors' spirits into the home. It is also practice to visit the ancestral burial ground to celebra...
Download three free templates for DIY papel picado: Colorful cut tissue paper banners displayed on Day of the Dead altars and at Mexican celebrations.
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The marigold most commonly used in Dia de los Muertos celebrations is the Targetes erecta, Mexican marigold or Aztec marigold, otherwise known as cempasuchitl or flower of the dead. Mexican marigolds are quite tall, reaching up to 3′.
Beyond Sugar Skulls: The History and Culture of Dia de | PBS Education
Dia de los Muertos - National Geographic Society
Mexico City is exploring holding virtual Day of the Dead celebrations in the fall in order to maintain traditions in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Photos: Preparing for the Day of the Dead - The Atlantic
SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, Mexico – Old traditions meet new celebrations and the living honor the dead at La Calaca, a four-day festival debuting this year.
Dia de los Muertos: How Day of the Dead Is Celebrated Around the Americas - Condé Nast Traveler
A Day in Pictures: Celebrating Dia de Los Muertos