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Mexico City celebrates the Day of the Dead

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Mexico City celebrates the Day of the Dead

Mexico City celebrates the Day of the Dead

Cavalcade of giant skulls, butterflies, and orchestra march during James Bond-inspired parade

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Mexico City celebrates the Day of the Dead

SHOWS: MEXICO CITY, MEXICO (OCTOBER 27, 2019) (ROCIO VAZQUEZ - MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY ROCIO VAZQUEZ @ROCIOVAZMIL) 1.

MUSICIANS IN PARADE PERFORMING ALONG REFORMA AVENUE 2.

PERFORMERS DRESSED IN BLACK AN CARRYING UMBRELLAS MARCH IN PARADE (ORIGINALLY SHOT IN SQUARE 1:1) 3.

DAY OF THE DEAD FLOAT BEING CARRIED IN PARADE 4.

CLOAKED-FIGURES ON STILTS WALKING IN PARADE 5.

PEOPLE DRESSED AS BUTTERFLIES WALKING IN PARADE 6.

DAY OF THE DEAD FLOAT BEING CARRIED IN PARADE STORY: An eyewitness, Rocio Vazquez, caught the Day of the Dead parade on a rainy Sunday (October 27) in Mexico City, Mexico.

(Production: Pola Grzanka)




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