have you heard of a Mexican holiday called day of he dead ? If you haven’ t then  you should read this blog.


The Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the Central and South regions, and by people of Mexican heritage elsewhere. The meaning is to celebrate the dead. And yeah is  not Mexican Halloween.  But one thing in common  is they when   they wear  costumes.  Dressing up as skeletons is part of the fun. People of all ages have their faces artfully painted to resemble skulls, and, mimicking the calavera Catrina, they don suits and fancy dresses. Many revelers wear shells or other noisemakers to amp up the excitement and also possibly to rouse the dead and keep them close during the fun.


The Day of the dead I hope you liked this blog to death and if you want leave a like and a follow. Bye now see you next time.



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