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Día de los Muertos: o modo colorido como o México celebra Finados

Confira, em fotos incríveis, como os mexicanos comemoram a data.

Por Priscila Doneda Atualizado em 17 jan 2020, 13h03 - Publicado em 2 nov 2017, 15h10

Ao redor do mundo, as mais diversas culturas lidam de diferentes maneiras com a morte e, no México, essa experiência é bem peculiar. De origem indígena, a tradição mexicana do Día de los Muertos começa em 31 de outubro e termina em 2 de novembro, coincidindo com a crença católica do Dia de Finados.

A fim de saudar e relembrar os entes queridos, a ocasião não é marcada pela tristeza, mas sim pelo otimismo e por muita festa. Com comidas típicas, fantasias incríveis e maquiagens impressionantes, mexicanos espalhados por todo o mundo capricham em caveiras, flores, cores, velas e altares feitos para homenagear quem já se foi. Para eles, é nessa data em que os mortos visitam quem ainda está vivo.

Confira alguns registros imperdíveis da tradição!

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Diego Rivera ( Frida Kahlo’s husband) painted La Catrina in the mid-1900s, she continues to be an ever-present symbol of Mexican culture's celebration of Día de los Muertos. The skeleton figure can be found throughout homes and altars with offerings on her behalf. . . . #sanmigueldeallende #sanmiguel #mexico #mexicanart #artist #artistsoninstagram #guanajuato #dayofthedead #diadelosmuertos #celebration #traditional #traditionalart #handmade #tacomio #tacomiovancouver #vancitybuzz #vancouver #yvr #

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La mayoría de las veces no hay próxima vez…Es ahora o nunca 💟 besos de #CalaverasDeAzucar #diademuertos 💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💋💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀 @lydialavin @powokani

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🎃👻 BOO 👻🎃 • • #HappyHalloween • • #Makeup by la gran @pelusamakeup 💙🌹 #TBT #TakeMeBackTuesday

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Siempre en mi Mente 💫💀 Always on my mind . #notforgotten #foreverinmyheart #diadelosmuertos #mexicanaandproud Photo: @carlos_ponce_ ♥️ Headpiece/ Dress & Makeup By Yours truly : @raggedytiff @yosoy.jessicaresendiz Taken at : @hwdforever

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I’va always wanted to do this. Wherever you are… I want to let you know we’re ok. I love you dad❤️🇲🇽 #diademuertos #dayofthedead #altardemuertos #cempasuchil #catrina #skull #velas #candles #pandemuerto #papelpicado

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One of the many beautiful altars on display in the Plaza Kiosko here at #ElPuebloLA! Be sure to check out the wonderful festivities hosted by @olverastreetofficial for #DíaDeLosMuertos this weekend! #ThisIsMyPueblo #MyDayInLA #HappeningInDTLA

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Santa Muerte. The Folk Tree. Pasadena, CA. ¡Feliz Dia de los Muertos! And Happy Halloween!

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It was a great Halloween. Until next year… #thebraidylady #sugarskull #halloween #diadelosmuertos

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#diadelosmuertos #oaxaca #cemetery #mexico

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Tradición

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