Paloma negra!

Hello. I am going to talk about the day of the Dead. For some of the Mexicans are the tradition is not lost and is part of Mexico. A ritual takes place and is known today as Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
(Halloween ).

This time I am going to talk about the art and culture to represent the Day of the dead. It is such a beautiful tradition, full of colors, very artistic design and also the beliefs of Mexican culture.

Every aspect of this day represents love and happiness.

More that grief, it represents happiness and rememberances with every friend or family member that is no longer here
Is something that Mexico never has to forget, because that’s a beautiful tradition. Every tourist appreciates and remembers with too much folklore.

That is remembered in Frida kahlo.
this a very good example for the Mexican Culture

I think Frida was born with the Mexican culture one and is one of the best emotional and popular girls that Mexico has in all the times. She has authentic talent . She is the fruit of Mexico.

With her we remember her art and paintings on the day of the dead. Frida is for all the times!.
“paloma Negra”

Today, people don wooden skull masks called calacas and dance in honor of their deceased relatives. The wooden skulls are also placed on altars that are dedicated to the dead. Sugar skulls, made with the names of the dead person on the forehead, are eaten by a relative or friend, according to Mary J. Adrade, who has written three books on the ritual.
have a nice Dia de Muertos!
Alejandra Esquinca.


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