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Day Of The Dead

The Day Of The Dead is a Mexican holiday Celebrated throughout Mexico, it begins October 31 and ends November 2. The Mexican Day of the Dead is a celebration of a time to honour the dead. The Spanish tradition includes parades and festivals, as well as families gathering at cemeteries to pray for their loved ones at the end of the day. Sometimes family Honour The deceased family by Eating favourite foods and beverages of the departed. Visitors also leave Possessions of The  Deceased on their grave

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