No one does the Day of the Dead like the Mexicans, who, after all, made it what it is today.
And there was a pre-parade: on October 24, the Catrinas parade. The photos above are from the Catrinas parade, but you might have a hard time telling the difference.
Locally, I saw this coming on September 29th!
Paganism belongs in the streets!
One thought on “Photos: Mexico City’s Day of the Dead Parade”
Considering the Mexicans merely “married” their pagan pre-Colombian traditions with the Catholic faith forcibly imposed on them…
I had no idea that they did parades. Neat!
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