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Skull sculptures laid in Mexico for Day of the Dead

euronews Sunday, 18 October 2020
Skull sculptures have graced the streets of Mexico City as part of Day of the Dead celebrations which are being held amid the coronavirus pandemic
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Skull sculptures have graced the streets of Mexico City as part of Day of the Dead celebrations which are being held amid the coronavirus pandemicView on euronews

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