Ngày của người chết là gì? | Địa lý quốc gia


Día de los Muertos, hay Ngày của người chết, là một lễ kỷ niệm của sự sống và cái chết. Trong khi ngày lễ bắt nguồn từ Mexico, nó được tổ chức trên khắp …


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  1. Here in the philippines we also celebrate the life of our ancestors, here we call it UNDAS. We offer them foods on altars together with their pictures/photos and we also clean, paint and decorate their graves with different colors and flowers.

  2. Never during any Thanksgiving or Christmas or New Years will I forget my grandparents, especially my last late grandma who passed away this year. Celebrating a holiday without any of them is so sad. I am so glad i had such generous grandparents. Every one of them. Rest in Peace forever Angel, Lorrie, Jim and lastly Miren. If they had but infinite gifts the world would have recieved forever. I am so lucky to have known them.

  3. This was one of the most interesting events of my life: I was about 5 years old

    One day I was in a cemetery In Mexico and when I saw flowers and cake for there loved ones that past away and when I was about to to eat some ( I know I was nosey )
    And then when I was about to eat some someone slapped my hand and no one was near me. (It wasn’t scary it was quite confusing around my age)

  4. Totally disagree with the comment of which National Geographic states within the video.
    "The Spanish brought this amazing celebration" whoever put up this video, I'd like to know why you put such information, as I know that information is wrong. The Spanish never allowed such behavior (celebration). To the Spanish, these acts were satanic,
    Punished by death. Get these facts straight, it does my culture (As a Mexican) wrong. Thanks

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