All Day of the Dead Info You Need to Know
El Día de los Muertos is an important holiday in Mexico and the U.S. amongst Mexican-Americans because of its significance…We remember our defunct loved ones.
There is a tendency in the last decade to celebrate this holiday amongst Hispanics, and sometimes in schools because this celebration is a window to Hispanic culture.
I celebrate with my family at the Museo del Barrio in Manhattan where we can participate in many activities that explain the traditions and help us keep in touch with our Hispanic heritage.
This page is a mini hub for the most important topics about Day of the Dead so you can keep it as a reference to learn about its history, how to make your altar, bake pan de muerto, see pictures of the holiday, and get inspired about Day of the Dead projects.
At midnight on October 31, the souls of the departed begin making their way back to their families for a visit. The first souls to arrive are the little children, called Los Angelitos or Los Inocentes.
A bread in the shape of a skull? Yes, and it is nothing scary for Mexican-Americans and Hispanics who celebrate Day of the Dead. El Pan the Muerto, how we call it, is an ancient tradition that we share at the table with our family.
This is a creation every family makes to honor the dead. Mexicans think about the loved ones who departed and make an altar that reflects their interests, ideas, foods they loved, and music. Here I show you how to make your altar.
A general idea about this Mexican Day of the Day celebration. Read to find out history, traditions, foods and characteristics of El Dia de los Muertos. Enjoy the images of this unique Mexican celebration.
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