More photos of Day of the Dead in Oaxaca and Chiapas

Here are some more photos of Estela and Pocas Cosas during our trip to Oaxaca and Chiapas for Day of the Dead, Oct. and Nov., 2010.  Enjoy, and please visit to see some of the treasures found on this trip!!

Photo of a wonderful Huipil from Museo Textiles in Oaxaca

Antique huipil from the Textile Museum in Oaxaca

The Museo Textiles (Textile Museum) in Oaxaca is an incredible place to see antique and classic Mexican textiles.  Extremely beautiful textiles and very well-displayed.  The museum is housed in a colonial hacienda, which adds to the experience.

Photo of a young vendor in Oaxaca, Day of the Dead, 2010

A beautiful young vendor, Day of the Dead, Oaxaca, 2010

This beautiful young vendor graced our dinner table at a restaurant on the plaza in Oaxaca, Day of the Dead, 2010.  The entire plaza is full of life and color.  Indiginous people from the villages and citizens of the city of Oaxaca all congregate in the main plaza during these days. The food in Oaxaca is incredible, to say the least.  This is one of the greatest culinary destinations in the world, and the food tastes even more special when tasted at an outdoor table on the plaza!



About pocascosasarts

Estela Rubalcaba Klink, owner/partner in Pocas Cosas Mexican and Native American Arts and Antiques. Fomerly, a teacher and community organizer and then the Executive Director of a communiy center, Estela "retired" to pursue her business in Mexican and Native American arts and antiques, Pocas Cosas (
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2 Responses to More photos of Day of the Dead in Oaxaca and Chiapas

  1. Peter J Pastel says:

    This is a beautiful photo that captures the charm of the Mexico wonderfully. Thank you for sharing it and its beauty.

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