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Dia de los Meurtos

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Abigail Strobeck

on 6 October 2014

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Transcript of Dia de los Meurtos

Dia de los Meurtos
What is Dia de los Murtos?
Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday to remember and celebrate friends and family that have died.
Where is it celebrated?
It is celebrated in Central and Southern Mexico on November 1st and 2 nd.
Townspeople dress up ghouls, ghosts, mummies, and skeletons and parade through the town.
Special all night burning candles are lit to remember passed loved ones.
My Opinion of Dia de los Muertos
Dia de los Muertos would, in my opinion, be very fun to celebrate. It would be very cool to dress up and have the face paint. It's also important to celebrate and remember our loved ones.
Dia de los Muertos originated in Mexico, whereas Halloween began in Ireland. Halloween is more a tradition to have fun and dress up whereas Dia de Los Muertos is more to remember loved ones and celebrate their afterlife. Sugar skulls and La Catrina are the symbols usually associated with Dia de los Muertos, and pumpkins and ghosts to Halloween.
Halloween vs. Dia de los Muertos
Sugar Skull
Pumpkin Carving
Dia de los Mueros face paint
Dia de los Muertos parade
Day of the Dead decoration
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