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  1. In many parts of Mexico, South America, and the United States, El Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a time to honor and celebrate deceased loved ones. Community participation is an essential part of this holiday that is full of life, reflection, food, family and fun.
  2. Carrera de los Muertos – The Original Carrera de los Muertos RACE OF THE DEAD Join the United Neighborhood Organization (UNO) for its 14th Annual Carrera de los Muertos – la original – in promoting health and wellness in our communities by running/walking and celebrating El .
  3. Oct 31,  · The Day of the Dead, known in Spanish as Dia de los Muertos, is a two-day holiday honoring the spirits of the deceased. The celebration coincides with the Catholic holidays of All Saints' Day on November 1 and All Souls' Day on November 2. Traditionally, this holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends in honor of those who have passed.
  4. Also known as “the Day of the Dead”, Día de los Muertos is the tradition of celebrating and sharing memories of loved ones who have passed. Showcasing its rich heritage, the city celebrates with more than 20 unique events during October and November. That’s more celebrations than any other city in Location: S. St. Mary’s Street, Suite , San Antonio, , Texas.
  5. May 10,  · On May 1, the entertainment giant filed an application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to secure the phrase "Día de los Muertos," or "Day of the Dead," across multiple platforms.
  6. May 20,  · The Day of the Dead (or Día de los Muertos) is a festival celebrated in Mexico on October 31, November 1 and November 2, It’s found throughout Latin America, but is most associated with the parades, altars, and cemetery celebrations in Mexico.
  7. Feb 12,  · Dia de los Muertos- Day of the dead Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a tradition and holiday that originates in Mexico, but is celebrated across Latin America. On November 1st, individuals come together and partake in festivals and parades in order to both honor and celebrate loved ones that have passed.
  8. Originating with the Aztecs, the Mexican Day of the Dead is a unique blend of Mesoamerican and Christian rituals. The holiday, which is celebrated on November 1, All Saints’ Day, is usually dedicated to children; November 2, All Souls’ Day, is dedicated to adults.

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