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The following are a collection of links to other websites related to the Day of the Dead. I have personally reviewed these sites to insure their quality and accuracy of the subject mater. If you have a site you would like to see part of this list please let me know, I welcome your suggestions.

  • MexicanSugarSkull.com Offers a variety of Mexican folk art, books, calendars and information how to make traditional sugar skulls to celebrate Day of the Dead.
  • UNESCO.org 2003 Proclamation by UNESCO of “The Indigenous Festivity dedicated to the Dead” in Mexico as a “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.” La “Festividad Indígena dedicada a los Muertos” fue declarada por la UNESCO en 2003, como “Obra Maestra del Patrimonio Intangible de la Humanidad”.
  • Ozuna Learning Resource Center/Library, Palo Alto College A resource listing of web sites about Day of the Dead.
  • TiaStephanieTours.com Tours for the celebration of Day of the Dead.
  • eltiempohabitado.wordpress.com/ El tiempo habitado, es un libro escrito por Julie Sopetrán. Es un libro de poesía lírica inspirado en vivencias. Fue un libro afortunado porque recibió el Premio Letras de Oro, patrocinado por el Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de España y la Universidad de Miami en Estados Unidos. En este portal se encuentran poemas de la poetisa Julie Sopetrán, sobre Día de Muertos en México. Ella escribe al respecto: “Mi primer encuentro con la muerte fue en Ihuatzio. Para una española, entrar a un cementerio en plena noche, requiere preparación. En España no celebramos la muerte. Nos da miedo nombrarla. Vamos a plena luz del día y les ponemos flores a los seres querdos el día primero de Noviembre. Fue difícil pero no imposible”.
  • jimmbudd.com Jimm Budd graduated from the Pulitzer School of Journalism at Columbia University and has lived in Mexico City for fifty years. He has been referred as the dean of travel writers in Mexico. He is a travel columnist. For more than a decade he has written a weekly piece for the travel section of the newspaper Reforma; it is now syndicated. In addition, he contributes reports on the hospitality industry to every issue of Turistampa, Invertour and Dimensión Turistica, plus occasional pieces for The News and Platino, an Aeroméxico magazine.
  • http://mexicoguru.com Your online guide to Mexico.
  • http://myspace.com/carlosvillez Born in Michoacan, Mexico, Carlos Villez is a self taught artist who works with a variety of different media. He has created beautiful paints and art work on the celebration of Day of the Dead.
  • http://www.mexicocooks.typepad.com Mexico Cooks! is a culinary travelogue, an adventure for the palate, mind, and spirit.
  • http://www.travelwithsally.blogspot.com Travel With Sally A writer, author, photographer, and expert on regional cuisines, Sally travels the globe bringing you tales from the hinterlands. She specializes in New Mexico and the Southwest, an area she knows and loves.
  • Dia De Los Muertos / Day of the Dea
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