Today’s Solutions: April 17, 2024

The two day holiday of Día De Los Muertos begins on November 1. Beautiful displays, art exhibits, and parades have come to life across Mexico as the country prepares to celebrate and honor their departed family members. This week we share with you some of the images of celebrations taking place around the country. 

From intricate face painting to hauntingly gorgeous street art, check out the link below to get a feel for the holiday and its cultural significance. 

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