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Celebration of Mexican Day of the Dead at Tzintzuntzan Cemetery in the Pátzcuaro Region of Michoacán State. Tzintzuntzan, 02/11/2018: Family gathered in front of a tomb in the cemetery located in Tzintzuntzan in the region of Patzcuaro, in the Mexican state of Michoacan. On November 1st and 2nd, the local community gathers in the cemetery to celebrate Day of the Dead, when, according to Mexican belief, the souls of the dead return to visit their families. During the celebration the tombs are adorned with flowers, candles and the favorite foods of the deceased as a way to welcome their souls in a joyful way. Day Of The Dead Stock Photo
Celebration of Mexican Day of the Dead at Tzintzuntzan Cemetery in the Pátzcuaro Region of Michoacán State. Tzintzuntzan, 02/11/2018: Family gathered in front of a tomb in the cemetery located in Tzintzuntzan in the region of Patzcuaro, in the Mexican state of Michoacan. On November 1st and 2nd, the local community gathers in the cemetery to celebrate Day of the Dead, when, according to Mexican belief, the souls of the dead return to visit their families. During the celebration the tombs are adorned with flowers, candles and the favorite foods of the deceased as a way to welcome their souls in a joyful way. Day Of The Dead Stock Photo
Tzintzuntzan, 02/11/2018: Family gathered in front of a tomb in the cemetery located in Tzintzuntzan in the region of Patzcuaro, in the Mexican state of Michoacan. On November 1st and 2nd, the local community gathers in the cemetery to celebrate Day of the Dead, when, according to Mexican belief, the souls of the dead return to visit their families. During the celebration the tombs are adorned with flowers, candles and the favorite foods of the deceased as a way to welcome their souls in a joyful way.
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