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es una celebracion mexicana en donde se celebra a todos los difuntos tambien coincide con las celebracion catolica llamada dia de todos los Santos y dia de los difuntos en donde los catolicos generalmente van a los cementerios a ver a sus seres queridos o familiares
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El dia de los muertos is celebrated in November first, and second.
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It si celebrated on November 1 and 2.
Day of the Dead
During pre-Columbian times, Mesoamerican peoples (Aztec, Mayan)celebrated the lives of the departed, giving offers to the goddessMictecacihuatl, queen of the underworld. When… Spanish conquistadors settled Mexico in the 16th century, theyadapted Roman Catholic traditions to those of these Mesoamericanpeoples, to make the conquered peoples an easier transition toCatholicism. This meant the Day of the Dead became a fusion of theancient Mesoamerican tradition plus the Christian's All Soul's Dayand All Saints' Day.
The modern version of such tradition dates back to the 16thcentury, when Roman Catholicism and traditional Mesoamericanbeliefs intermixed to become its present form.
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Se celebra dia del Festejo de Cristóbal Colón.
Is just a day to remember the dead, specially your loved ones.
It's a holiday to celebrate are ancestors, or any one that has died.
El Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, is most commonly celebrated in Mexico. Though other countries observe "All Saints Day" or "All Souls Day," which is the equivalent… of El Día de los Muertos. The holiday is celebrated, (though named differently), in Latin America, the US, Canada, many countries in Europe, even Asia.
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November 2nd to remember loved ones that have passed away.
They think that it's the Mexican version of Halloween, but it's not.