Day of the Dead in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador
Day of the Dead in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador is held on November 2. This event in the first decade of the month November is annual. Help us
Every November 1, the Guatemala celebrates All Saints' Day and, on the 2nd of the same month, the faithful departed are remembered. These celebrations are among the most important, they are a product of the syncretism that characterizes our society.
The celebration of the Day of the Dead in Honduras is more a date to remember the mourning of a loved one. It is celebrated on November 2nd of each year. It is one of the traditions in Honduras to remember with music and friends those who have passed away. Then, some prayers are said for the relatives who have already departed for the eternal journey.
Each region of the country has its traditional way of celebrating the Day of the Dead. The Day of the Dead, also known as Day of the Faithful Departed or Day of the Dead, is a Salvadoran tradition that takes place on November 2 every year throughout El Salvador to remember loved ones who are no longer with us.
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