Sugar skulls for sale in Mexico City’s historic Coyoacán neighborhood. These intricately decorated creations are a well-known part of celebrations of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, also known as Catholic All-Souls Day. On Día de los Muertos, people leave sugar skulls, sometimes decorated with the names of loved ones who have died, on an altar as an offering.

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