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Mexico’s Day of the Dead comes back to life (with inspiration from James Bond)

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By custom, the Day of the Lifeless was centered across the Christian holidays of All Saints Day, Nov. 1, and All Souls Day, Nov. 2. However in follow, the celebration now lasts weeks — marked with sugary pan de muerto, face-painting, events, and big, painted skulls displayed across the Mexican capital.

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