An art installation featuring skeletons is seen at an altar assembled by artists for Day of the Dead celebrations at Zocalo’s square in Mexico City October 29, 2010. The Day of the Dead is celebrated on November 1 in Mexico, when Mexicans pay homage to their dead relatives by preparing meals and decorating their graves. The festival has its origins in a pre-Hispanic Aztec belief that the dead return to Earth one day each year to visit their loved ones. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (MEXICO – Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) – RTXTZJA

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