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Day of the Dead Xoxo cemetery Oaxaca Mexico

During the Day of the Dead festival in Oaxaca, tons of flowers decorate the graveyards when the people of Oaxaca hold a cemetery vigil by candlelight at the decorated tombs.

Day of the Dead Altar

During the Day of the Dead festival in Oaxaca, tons of flowers decorate the graveyards when the people of Oaxaca hold a cemetery vigil by candlelight at the decorated tombs.

building an offering with Day of the Dead Flowers, Oaxaca Mexico

Day of the Dead Festival Flowers, Oaxaca Mexico

Tehuantepec by Aviruthia, via Flickr

The largest ethnic group in Oaxaca are the Zapotecs. These are the indigenous people of Oaxaca. About of these people live there. It is worth noting that Monte Alban was the cultural center of the ancient Zapotecs.

Russell Monk. Nopales

'Corazon de Nopales' by San Miguel de Allende-based Canadian photographer Russell Monk. post: Neighborly Portraits in Mexico. via Ken Allen News

Sand painting of a decorated skull surrounded by marigold petals for Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos), Oaxaca, Mexico. Stock Photo

Stock Photo - Sand painting of a decorated skull surrounded by marigold petals for Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos), Oaxaca, Mexico

Day of the Dead Sand Painting Xoxo Cemetery Oaxaca

The Day Of The Dead Schedule of Cemetery visits in Oaxaca, Mexico includes village cemeteries where lights of thousands of candles illuminate the grave sites as people from the village gather during the night vigil. See Cemetery Schedule Below

Oaxaca-The Year After

Sand paintings or tapetes de arena are always a part of Muertos.

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