They’re placed on the ofrendas in sugar or clay as a representation of the human skull. Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrated in Mexico (and other places around the world) starting October 31st and carrying through November 2nd.


The celebration starts at midnight on October 31st (All Hallows Eve) and the children make small ofrendas (alters), in remembrance of children lost (angelitos).
November 2nd (All Souls Day), families gather at the cemeteries to decorate the graves of the deceased.





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