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Caption1. Pátzcuaro Mexico The sleepy streets of Pátzcuaro in central Mexico explode during Día de los Muertos week --- 2. Mexico City/Mixquic Mexico D.F. sprouts marigolds and spontaneous streetside ofrendas during Día de los Muertos week. An altar contest is held in the Zócalo main square and big-time museums such as Casa Azul Anahuacalli and Museo Dolores Olmedo Patiño get in the spirit with larger-than-life papier-mâché calaca scenes --- 3. San Francisco Bay Area Día de los Muertos observances in the Bay Area blend the familial focus of its large Latino population with the creativity of its arts community. San Francisco’s Mission District is ground zero for the November 2nd procession and altar exhibit a 30-plus-year tradition 4. Los Angeles Nothing may capture LA’s dichotomy of culture quite like the city’s most well-known Day of the Dead celebrations Click thru for #5
Headline1 of 5 Best Places to find & Celebrate Día de los Muertos:
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Byline (Photographer)cmc
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