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Skeletons fill Mexico's streets in lead up to Day of the Dead celebrations
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In Mexico, locals donned costumes and face paint Oct. 22, disguising themselves as the iconic skeleton figure known as “La Catrina” or “Elegant Skull.” Celebrators flooded the streets for a pre-Day of the Dead parade.
In Mexico, locals donned costumes and face paint Oct. 22, disguising themselves as the iconic skeleton figure known as “La Catrina” or “Elegant Skull.” Celebrators flooded the streets for a pre-Day of the Dead parade.
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