One of Mexico’s most iconic annual events is coming at the end of October: Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead). Here’s a TYT Infographic to help you understand and appreciate this fantastical celebration of life and death. This is the first in a series of feature articles on this season that will appear in TYT during the next week…
To check the rest of the “Dia de Muertos” series click on the tag “Dia de Muertos” or on the following links:
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