"Día de Muertos" (The Day of the Dead) are really a celebration of life. When children dance with cartoons of death, eat sugar skulls and understand that life is short, they learn there is a circle for life, they have to enjoy it and to not fear death.
Celebrating "Día de Muertos" (The Day of the Dead) has a long history since prehispanic times in mexican tradition.
"Día de Muertos" (The Day of the Dead) is celebrated on:
◽October 31th is the day of souls of limbo, those who were never born or did not receive baptism.
◽November 1st is the day of the children and "Día de todos los Santos" (All Saints Day).
◽November 2nd is "Día de todas las Almas" (All Souls Day) or "Día de Muertos" (The Day of the Dead).
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