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    LA MUERTE EN LA CULTURA MEXICANA

    El Dia de Muertos es una celebracion mexicana de origenen prehispanico.La UNESCO la ha declarado Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad. Hay registros de hace mas de 3000 años .En estas festividades la Diosa Mictecacihualt,presidia estas celebraciones.A la Catrina,personaje de Guadalupe Posada,se la realciona con la Diosa. Las festividades eran dedicadas a los niños y adultos fallecidos,es una fiesta llena de color....como todo en Mexico.


    LA MUERTE EN LA CULTURA MEXICANA

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    Catrinas

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    It is said that the spirits of babies and children who have died (called angelitos, "little angels") arrive on October 31st at midnight, spend an entire day with their families and then leave. Adults come the following day.

    Day of the Dead in Mexico - Día de los Muertos

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    Catrina

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    Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, is a national holiday that focuses on prayer and remembrance of friends and family members who have passed away

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    It is said that the spirits of babies and children who have died (called angelitos, "little angels") arrive on October 31st at midnight, spend an entire day with their families and then leave. Adults come the following day.

    Day of the Dead in Mexico - Día de los Muertos

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    Coyoacan - Frida Kahlo Museum - Catrina

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    La muerte, una constante del arte mexicano

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    la muerte en la cultura mexicana

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    "La cultura mexicana, afianzada en su identidad, no distingue entre la vida y la muerte: todo es vida, y la muerte es parte de ella.

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    'LA CATRINA

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    'LA CATRINA

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    Ofrenda del Palacio 1 by Miguel Escobar T, via Flickr

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    Skeleton in Pink Mexico City | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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    Frida Catrina de papel mache. Day of the dead Catrina.

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    Juan Torres Catrinas - TheArtofMexico's Photos

    Juan Torres Catrinas - TheArtofMexico

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    La Catrina, symbol of the Mexican Days of the Dead #dayofthedead #mexico

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    el mariachi by melgarozo

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    Bride and Groom Salt and Pepper Pots

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    Frida Kahlo Inspired Day of the Dead Art

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    Dia de los muertos

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    SURVIVOR CATRINA.

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    Day of the Dead Freddie Mercury

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    Familia

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    Frida with her companion animals from Gamez pottery in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, Mexico.

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