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COLIMA, MEXICO - NOVEMBER 02: Orange flowers, candles, offerings and calaveritas are the sign that the Day of the Dead arrived in Mexico, when the living honor their dead with a mixture of recollection and joy as part of the 'Day of The Dead' celebrations on October 27, 2019 in Colima, Mexico. Every year, people in Mexico remember those who have passed away by visiting cemeteries and decorating graves, they also mount offerings with traditional decorations, flowers, food and candies the beloved ones liked. (Photo by Leonardo Montecillo/Agencia Press South/Getty Images)
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MÉXICO DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS
COLIMA, MEXICO - NOVEMBER 02: Orange flowers, candles, offerings and calaveritas are the sign that the Day of the Dead arrived in Mexico, when the living honor their dead with a mixture of recollection and joy as part of the 'Day of The Dead' celebrations on October 27, 2019 in Colima, Mexico. Every year, people in Mexico remember those who have passed away by visiting cemeteries and decorating graves, they also mount offerings with traditional decorations, flowers, food and candies the beloved ones liked. (Photo by Leonardo Montecillo/Agencia Press South/Getty Images)