Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue
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Traditions, makeup, glitter, and glamour to take over Mexico City to celebrate Day of the Dead

Makeup artists use their talent to get people into the spirit for Day of the Dead

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

There is a wide variety of makeup designs to choose from

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

People of all ages and nationalities join in the celebration and makeup

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

The parade is set to take place from the Angel of the Independence Monument to Mexico City's main square, Zócalo

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

This year, Mexico City's government has organized four parades and several cultural activities to celebrate Day of the Dead

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

Day of the Dead is a Mexican tradition known all over the world

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

You can choose a traditional makeup in the fashion of sugar skulls

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

Day of the Death is a time to remember the loved ones who have passed away

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

The colors, flowers, and joy of the celebration have attracted tourists from all over the world

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

The parade is also a good time to express yourself and have fun

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

Day of the Dead is an international referent of Mexican culture

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

Is a time to come together and celebrate and enjoy life

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

All nationalities and cultures are welcome to join Day of the celebrations

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

Day of the Dead was declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO

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Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death promenade at Reforma Avenue

Mexican traditions, makeup, glitter, and glamour will be present at the Mega Procesión de las Catrinas 2019 that will take place next Saturday, October 26 in Mexico City to celebrate Mexico’s Day of the Dead.
 

Celebrated on November 1 and 2, Day of the Dead has become one of Mexico’s best-known traditions in the world because of its cultural relevance and its colorful imagery. It was declared as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2013.

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