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Day of the dead in The Philippines by Leah Ellison 7th Grade

How Day of The dead is celebrated in the philippines
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Leah Ellison

on 13 September 2012

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Transcript of Day of the dead in The Philippines by Leah Ellison 7th Grade

Day of The Dead Like in Mexico The Philippines The Philippines Religion are known for it's fine beaches and 60,000 kilometers of coastline. The Philippines are also famous because of Banaue rice terraces, one of the many wonders of the world. The rice terraces are man-made and are truly a tourist attraction. Day of the dead in The Philippines still is a holiday to commemorate deceased loved ones. In the Philippines they also have alters, decorate graves, have candy skulls and bread of the dead. So, although there are some differences Day of the Dead in Mexico and in The Philippines are still Similar. Celebrating Day of the Dead in The Philippines Unlike in Mexico in the Philippines Day of the Dead is called Araw ng mga Patay not Dia de los Muertos. The Filipinos' Day of the dead is Celebrated on November 1st but Day of the dead in Mexico is celebrated October 31 through November 2nd. holds a central place in the life of most Filipinos, including Catholics, Muslims, Buddhists, Protestants, and animists. Mexico Religions are nominally Roman Catholic 89%, Protestant 6%, other 5% And..... by-Leah Ellison
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