Updated: Tue, 05 Nov 2013 03:00:00 GMT | By Mona Neuhauss, Ed Sol
Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead



Woman with Day of the Dead makeup (© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters)
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  • Woman with Day of the Dead makeup (© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters)
  • Marigold and skull candy (© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters)
  • A decorated altar (© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters)
  • Cemeteries in Peru (© Enrique Castro-Mendivil / Reuters)
  • Women applying makeup near graves (© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters)
  • Candle light by graves (© STRINGER Mexico / Reuters)
  • Skull-shaped treats (© Lucy Nicholson / Reuters)
  • Woman with cake in hand during Day of the Dead (© .)
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You may think that once Halloween is celebrated, all the spookiness is over until next year. Think again! The Day of the Dead is a Mexican festival that takes place annually on 1 and 2 November. Find out what the celebrations are all about, while flicking through pictures of this year’s celebrations.

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