MIXQUIC - TRADITIONAL DAY OF DEAD
Death has been in pre-Hispanic cultures and throughout history, an event that invites reflection, rituals, ceremonies, the search for answers, which causes fear, admiration and uncertainty.
This tradition was declared by UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of Mexico.
In Mexico City, Mixquic, is a town that symbolizes the very essence of the ritual of death, prepares to celebrate the traditional Day of the Dead with sawdust rugs and cempasuchil flowers, pre-Hispanic dances and colorful altars. Dare to know more about how the locals receive their relatives and deceased friends is a totally unique rite.
This party is where the living meet the dead, offering them a real feast of smells, colors, flavors and music, so that those who continue on the earthly plane do not forget that death is only a transition to the eternal, while that the dead “return” to live with their friends and family.
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