Hallowen y dia de muertos

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is a holiday celebrated mainly in the U.S. on the night of October 31. It originated in the Celtic festival of Samhain and theChristian feast of All Saints Day. In large part, is a secular celebration although some believe that has a religious background. Irish immigrants passed versions of the tradition to North America during theGreat Irish Famine of 1840.
The word Halloween is a derivation of the phrase All Hallows' Eve (Hallowe'en). It was held in Anglo-Saxon countries, mainly in Canada, USA, Ireland and the UK. Theexpansive force of U.S. culture. UU. Halloween has also been popular in Western otrospaíses.
The day is often associated with orange and black colors and is strongly linked to symbols like theJack-o'-lantern. Typical activities include the famous Halloween trick or treating and costume parties, in addition to the bonfires, visiting haunted houses, jokes, reading scary stories and viewing horror films.-------------------------------------------------


Día de Muertos

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican celebration that honors Hispanic origin to the dead on November 2, beginning on November 1, coinciding with the Catholic celebrationsof All Souls Day and All Saints.
It is a Mexican and Central American holiday, is celebrated in many communities in the United States, where there is a large Mexican and Central American population.LaUnesco said this holiday Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The Day of the Dead is a day also celebrated in Brazil, as two Souls' Day, though the holiday does not have the same pre-Hispanicroots of Mexican holiday.
The origins of the celebration of Day of the Dead in Mexico before the Spanish arrived. There are records of ethnic celebrations in the Mexican, Maya, Purépecha and Totonac....