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Children dressed as ghosts take part in the Day of the Dead celebrations at a cemetery in Mixquic. On the Day of the Dead, Mexicans pay homage to their dead relatives by preparing meals and decorating their graves. Reuters photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

Children dressed as ghosts take part in the Day of the Dead celebrations at a cemetery in Mixquic. On the Day of the Dead, Mexicans pay homage to their dead relatives by preparing meals and decorating their graves. Reuters photo

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Young revellers take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

Young revellers take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo

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Young revellers get ready to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

Young revellers get ready to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo

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Young revellers get ready to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

Young revellers get ready to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo

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A young reveller gets ready to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

A young reveller gets ready to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo

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A young reveller waits to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

A young reveller waits to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo

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Cyclists with a "Calavera", or skull, painted on their faces participate in a Critical Mass Bike Ride across Lima to celebrate the Day of the Dead. Reuters photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

Cyclists with a "Calavera", or skull, painted on their faces participate in a Critical Mass Bike Ride across Lima to celebrate the Day of the Dead. Reuters photo

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A man dressed as a clown stands between graves during the Day of the Dead celebrations at a cemetery in Mixquic. On the Day of the Dead, Mexicans pay homage to their dead relatives by preparing meals and decorating their graves. Reuters photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

A man dressed as a clown stands between graves during the Day of the Dead celebrations at a cemetery in Mixquic. On the Day of the Dead, Mexicans pay homage to their dead relatives by preparing meals and decorating their graves. Reuters photo

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A masked man walks between graves during the Day of the Dead celebrations at a cemetery in Mixquic. On the Day of the Dead, Mexicans pay homage to their dead relatives by preparing meals and decorating their graves. Reuters photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

A masked man walks between graves during the Day of the Dead celebrations at a cemetery in Mixquic. On the Day of the Dead, Mexicans pay homage to their dead relatives by preparing meals and decorating their graves. Reuters photo

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A young reveller gets ready to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Nov 02, 2012 04:25 PM IST

A young reveller gets ready to take part in a parade called "La Calabiuza" on the eve of the Day of the Dead in Tonacatepeque, 20 kms (13 miles) north of San Salvador. AFP photo

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