This is how Day of the Dead 2021 is lived in Querétaro

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Querétaro’s public squares are dressed in Day of the Dead decorations. There are from Lele catrinas dolls to Lupitas, sugar skulls, and more.

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The city of Querétaro is one of the most beautiful in Mexico thanks to its historic center being in excellent condition. During the Day of the Dead and previous dates, Querétaro dresses up and joins the celebration.

Every year, a monumental altar is installed in the Plaza de Armas that stands out for its size and attractive colors. The streets of downtown Querétaro are filled with merchants who sell sugar skulls and other handicrafts alluding to the season. Take advantage of the occasion and buy some souvenirs to take home, or try the delights of Queretaro cuisine.

Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Sale of seasonal products in Todo Santos, skulls made with chocolate and sugar, which adorn the altars. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Sale of seasonal products in Todo Santos, skulls made with chocolate and sugar, which adorn the altars. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Sale of seasonal products in Todo Santos, skulls made with chocolate and sugar, which adorn the altars. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Sale of seasonal products in Todo Santos, skulls made with chocolate and sugar, which adorn the altars. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Sale of seasonal products in Todo Santos, skulls made with chocolate and sugar, which adorn the altars. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Sale of seasonal products in Todo Santos, skulls made with chocolate and sugar, which adorn the altars. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Sale of seasonal products in Todo Santos, skulls made with chocolate and sugar, which adorn the altars. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Dolls and figures made with cardboard. The Mexican cardboard from the state of Guanajuato, which embellishes the altars of the Mexican lowlands with its colors © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Dolls and figures made with cardboard. The Mexican cardboard from the state of Guanajuato, which embellishes the altars of the Mexican lowlands with its colors © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Dolls and figures made with cardboard. The Mexican cardboard from the state of Guanajuato, which embellishes the altars of the Mexican lowlands with its colors © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Lelé rag dolls characterized as catrinas for sale in Querétaro © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Lelé rag dolls characterized as catrinas for sale in Querétaro © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Lelé rag dolls characterized as catrinas for sale in Querétaro © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Lelé rag dolls characterized as catrinas for sale in Querétaro © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. Lelé rag dolls characterized as catrinas for sale in Querétaro © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon-night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon-night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon-night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon-night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon-night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon-night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon-night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon-night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho
Fernando Camacho Mexico – Querétaro. This is how the streets of downtown Querétaro look, adorned with motifs related to Todo Santos. The afternoon night gives way to visitors and locals walking through its streets and enjoying the decorations. © Fernando Camacho

Source: mexicodesconocido.com.mx

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