The Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), recently declared by UNESCO as an “oral and intangible cultural heritage of humanity,” is one of Mexico’s most cherished traditions. When the souls of the departed return their family speak quietly with them at graves adorned with offerings of food, candies, liquor, cigarettes, evertything their dead enjoyed while alive.

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