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Death Personification, Grim Reaper -

In this article we will talk about who is the Grim Reaper and the origins of the most famous representation of death. Some people admire it, others fear it, but one thing is certain, it has inspired many people through time. Once you read this article, the great reaper will no longer hold any secrets for you. Grim Reaper Appearance Death Personification The Grim Reaper has several representations depending on the culture. We are used to seeing him represented by a skeletal body wearing a long black hooded dress and holding a scythe in his hand. Some representations also show...

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Halloween -

In this article we will present the origin of the Halloween party. Many people all over the world think that this holiday originated in the U.S.A. but we will reveal the true origins of one of the most popular holidays in the world. Samhain - The origin of Halloween The origin of Halloween is in fact a Celtic pagan festival called "Samhain" which dates back to about 2500 BC. This festival took place for 3 days during the Celtic New Year. The Celtic New Year is on November 1st. It symbolizes the end of summer, harvest and the beginning of...

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Day of the Dead -

Find out in this article how to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. The celebration of the Day of the Dead is known all over the world. It is the most famous Mexican holiday. It has its origins in two very distinct cultures. Both Christian and Aztec, this festival is rich in color and is classified as a cultural heritage of UNESCO. Discover the origins of this tradition by reading this article "The Origin of Dia de los Muertos". Every year from November 1st to 2nd, Mexicans honor the cycle of life and death by commemorating dia de los muertos. During...

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Day of the Dead -

In this article we will talk about the origins of the Day of the Dead. This Mexican holiday where family and friends gather to celebrate their loved one's death. This celebration begins on the evening of October 31 and lasts until November 2. It allows the soul to join their family for 24 hours. It is well known throughout the world. It has its origins among many different celebrations. The mixture of Aztec and Spanish culture has created one of the most beautiful celebrations in honor of the deceased. Dia de los muertos was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site...

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