Day of the Dead or Dia De Muertos Parade in Mexico City Returns After Being Canceled in 2020 Due to COVID

Day of the Dead or Dia De Muertos Parade in Mexico City Returns After Being Canceled in 2020 Due to COVID

The Dia de Muertos or Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City is returning this year as the country continues to experience improvement in its COVID cases.
'Dia De Muertos' or Day of the Dead Exhibit at National Museum of Mexican Art to Honor Vanessa Guillen, Adam Toledo, COVID Victims

'Dia De Muertos' or Day of the Dead Exhibit at National Museum of Mexican Art to Honor Vanessa Guillen, COVID Victims

Vanessa Guillen, Adam Toledo, and the COVID-19 victims will be honored in a "Dia De Muertos" or Day of the Dead exhibit at the National Museum of Mexican Arts in Chicago.

SABOR: Delicious Dia de Los Muertos Food to Honor Your Deceased Loved Ones

Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), the two-day Mexican holiday, is an event to celebrate the dead. Recognizing death as a natural part of the human experience and part of the circle of life, ofrendas, cempazuchitl (marigolds) and calacas and calaveras (skeletons and skulls) are placed at the altars of deceased, as well as pan de muertos and the favorite foods of the dead.
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