Los altares de muerto en Mexico, una tradición que traspasa fronteras

Un Altar de Muertos representa la gran importancia que tenemos por nuestros familiares y antepasados que cada 1 y 2 de Noviembre regresan por un luminoso camino hecho con flores de cempasúchil, para disfrutar del pan de muerto, tamales, mole,  además de tequilas, cigarros y mezcal, sal como elemento de purificación, su retrato familiar, una veladora, que guía a las animas hasta su antigua morada, agua que mitiga su sed y nuestro recuerdo por siempre.

Altar diegorivera

Para vivir una experiencia memorable visita en Michoacan, los pueblos mágicos de  Pátzcuaro , la isla de Janitzio donde disfrutaras de los tacos de charales, uchepos,   corundas y en Tzintzuntzan, o en la ciudad de México admira los altares de muertos en La Casa del Risco, El Club de Industriales, Museo del Carmen, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Museo Dolores Olmedo, Museo Anahuacalli y la calle de Regina en el Centro Histórico, entre otros.

A Day of the Dead altar represents the great importance we have for our relatives and ancestors that every November 1st and 2nd return from the afterlife by a luminous path made with cempasúchil flowers to enjoy food as the pan de muerto, tamales, mole, as well as tequilas, cigars and mescal. Other elements typically found in an altar are salt as an element of purification, a portrait of who the altar is for, a candle, which guides the animas to their former home, and water that mitigates their thirst. The altar represents our loving memory to those we have lost.

A Day of the Dead altar represents the great importance we have for our relatives and ancestors that every November 1st and 2nd return from the afterlife by a luminous path made with cempasúchil flowers to enjoy food as the pan de muerto, tamales, mole, as well as tequilas, cigars and mescal. Other elements typically found in an altar are salt as an element of purification, a portrait of who the altar is for, a candle, which guides the animas to their former home, and water that mitigates their thirst. The altar represents our loving memory to those we have lost.

For a memorable experience visit in the state of Michoacan, the towns of Patzcuaro, the island of Janitzio where you can enjoy the tacos de charales, uchepos, corundas and Tzintzuntzan. In Mexico City admire the altars in La Casa del Risco , The Club de Industriales, Museo del Carmen, National Museum of Anthropology, Museo Dolores Olmedo, Anahuacalli Museum and Regina Street in the historic center, among others.