To explore The Day of the Dead more, read last week's post called "A Deadly Transformation" and week 30's "The Day of the Dead".
"Yucatan is another Spanish trade port and Mayan kingdom conquest on the Gulf of Mexico. The Spanish and Mayan influence on the wear is again notable. The same white guayabera shirt and pants and red bandanna for men. The women wear a Mayan design dress trimmed in white lace brightly embroidered with flowers, wearing shawls [or rebozos]. Their hair up in combs. The music is acoustical and includes drums and tuba. The Mayan people are still very visible in this State."
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