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CELEBRATING DEATH

Halloween has origin that goes way back as far as the ancient Rome, with pagan rituals associated with the family and the deceased. The same rituals were followed by the Celtics, who were celebrating the beginning of the new year and sowing. Later on the Christians followed suit with the commemoration of the saints and the dead.

The night of October 31st, is now celebrated all over the world the feast of death through life. Exorcising it with parties and costumes. Enjoy.

Silvia di Paolo

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