Skulls, masks and dancers as Mexico fetes Day of the Dead
MEXICO CITY Dancers in indigenous costumes pranced down a broad avenue followed by a float bearing the 20-foot-tall likeness of the goddess Mictecacihuatl, announced as the queen of the underworld and the guardian of our bones, crowned by a red feather headdress and cradling a skull in her right hand.
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