20 Decorations for your next celebration of the Day of the Dead; celebrate this Mexican tradition


The month of October brings with it a pagan festival well known to all: Halloween or Halloween. This festival of Celtic origin is celebrated in Europe and the United States, but in the world there are other ways of honoring those who left. One of them is the Day of the Dead that is celebrated in Mexico; the first of November is dedicated to the souls of children and the second of November is attended to those of adults.

This festival is of prehispanic origin, although little by little elements of the cultures that came to the Mexican territory were integrated and it consists of placing altars to remember and honor the deceased, in them photos, flowers, candles, food, drink are integrated , sugar skulls, toys and agricultural objects

What is Day of the Dead? | National Geographic (January 2020)