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Translation to English of Día de Muertos.Day of the Dead
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Mocking epitaphs dedicated to friends, associates or celebrities. (No matter if they're dead or alive)Literary Calaverita
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The first Día de Muertos parade was held a year after this film showed one.Spectre
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Pixar film that depicted Día de Muertos.Coco
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Trick-or-treating festivity. Despite what popular belief says, Mexicans do celebrate it alongside Día de Muertos.Halloween
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Depiction of a couple of skeletons dressed in elegant fashion. It has become the quintessential custome of Día de Muertos, especially the female one.Las Calaveras Catrinas
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Litographist whose works slowly became part of the Día de Muertos traditionJosé Guadalupe Posada
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This community within Mexico City hosts the Alumbrada: When the main church glows with thousands of candles and incense to iluminate the dead's path.San Andrés Mixquic
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This lake island hosts a candle-lit boat procession to the town's graveyard.Janitzio
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Edible crafts made of sugar or chocolate, often shaped as skulls.Alfeñiques
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This civilization held a festival dedicated to Mictecacihuatl, the goddess of the dead.Aztec
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Sweet roll decorated with bone-shaped pieces.Pan de Muerto
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This flower is closely associated with this festivity.Cempasuchil (Aztec Marigold)
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This includes candles, flowers and the favorite meals and beverages of the honoured ones.Ofrenda (Offering)
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Paper crafts used to decorate above^.Papel Picado (Pecked paper)
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These are raised to honour and remember the beloved ones that had died.Altars
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Christian festivity that syncretized with the Mictecacihuatl festival to create the modern Día de Muertos.All Saints' Day
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In the above realm^, this hairless dog breed would help the dead in their journey into the afterlife.Xoloitzcuintli
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Realm of Mictlantecuhtli and Mictecacihuatl where, according to the above civilization^, the majority of the dead went.Mictlan
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UNESCO declared Día de Muertos as one of this in 2008.Intangible Cultural Heritage
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