Oaxaca Celebrates the Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) 2014

Brief and lasting impressions from a visit to Oaxaca for Day of the Dead, October and November, 2014.

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Oaxaca, Mexico, a very magical place on earth!  Be sure to visit the Pocas Cosas website for the best in Mexican and Native American Indian arts and antiques:   http://www.pocascosasarts.com

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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 (www.pocascosasarts.com).
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