Día de Muertos is celebrated November 1st and 2nd. It translates into the Day of the Dead almost like the Mexican Halloween. It is a celebration of the dead. Mexican families celebrate in many different ways by visiting their loved ones at the graveyard and creating altars in their homes. The altars have offerings to the dead. They will always put water, candles, flowers, sugar skulls, fruit, the dead's favorite foods and drinks and of course bread.
The breads is like a semi sweet loaf in the shape of a skull, crown, or a dead man with his arms crossed over its chest.
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