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November 01, 2013 
A picture of a deceased Maya Indian woman is seen on a Day of the Dead altar on a street in the village... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A picture of a deceased Maya Indian woman is seen on a Day of the Dead altar on a street in the village... 
A picture of a deceased Maya Indian woman is seen on a Day of the Dead altar on a street in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 31, 2013. The annual Day of the Dead is observed on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14VYX 
November 01, 2013 
A Maya Indian girl with her face painted smiles during a procession before the Day of the Dead in the... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian girl with her face painted smiles during a procession before the Day of the Dead in the... 
A Maya Indian girl with her face painted smiles during a procession before the Day of the Dead in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 31, 2013. The annual Day of the Dead is observed on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14VYT 
November 01, 2013 
A Maya Indian woman builds a Day of the Dead altar in her home in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman builds a Day of the Dead altar in her home in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan... 
A Maya Indian woman builds a Day of the Dead altar in her home in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 31, 2013. The annual Day of the Dead is observed on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14VYP 
November 01, 2013 
A Maya Indian boy lights a candle on a Day of the Dead altar in his home in the village of Pomuch on... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian boy lights a candle on a Day of the Dead altar in his home in the village of Pomuch on... 
A Maya Indian boy lights a candle on a Day of the Dead altar in his home in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 31, 2013. The annual Day of the Dead is observed on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14VYN 
November 01, 2013 
A Maya Indian woman builds a Day of the Dead altar in her home in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman builds a Day of the Dead altar in her home in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan... 
A Maya Indian woman builds a Day of the Dead altar in her home in the village of Pomuch on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 31, 2013. The annual Day of the Dead is observed on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14QW4 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian woman poses for tourists while cleaning bones of a dead relative before placing them in... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman poses for tourists while cleaning bones of a dead relative before placing them in... 
A Maya Indian woman poses for tourists while cleaning bones of a dead relative before placing them in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 27, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTX14QW3 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian man cleans the mummified body parts of a dead relative before placing it in a wooden crate... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man cleans the mummified body parts of a dead relative before placing it in a wooden crate... 
A Maya Indian man cleans the mummified body parts of a dead relative before placing it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 27, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTX14QW1 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian man shows the skull of a dead relative to a group of tourists as he clean the bones before... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man shows the skull of a dead relative to a group of tourists as he clean the bones before... 
A Maya Indian man shows the skull of a dead relative to a group of tourists as he clean the bones before placing it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 27, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
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RTX14QVZ 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian woman walks next to tombs at a cemetery in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman walks next to tombs at a cemetery in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula... 
A Maya Indian woman walks next to tombs at a cemetery in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula October 27, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY TRAVEL) 
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RTX14PJI 
October 27, 2013 
Mummified body parts are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula,... 
Cancun, Mexico 
Mummified body parts are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula... 
Mummified body parts are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PJC 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian man pulls a box containing the bones of a dead relative into an ossuary in the village... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man pulls a box containing the bones of a dead relative into an ossuary in the village... 
A Maya Indian man pulls a box containing the bones of a dead relative into an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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RTX14PJ4 
October 27, 2013 
A cross is seen as a Maya Indian family cleans the bones of a dead relative and places them in a wooden... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A cross is seen as a Maya Indian family cleans the bones of a dead relative and places them in a wooden... 
A cross is seen as a Maya Indian family cleans the bones of a dead relative and places them in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PJ3 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places them in a wooden crate lined with... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places them in a wooden crate lined with... 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places them in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PJ2 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian family cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing them in a wooden crate lined... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian family cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing them in a wooden crate lined... 
A Maya Indian family cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing them in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PIZ 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian man holds up teeth next to a skull of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man holds up teeth next to a skull of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's... 
A Maya Indian man holds up teeth next to a skull of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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RTX14PIY 
October 27, 2013 
A Maya Indian man holds the skull of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula,... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man holds the skull of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula... 
A Maya Indian man holds the skull of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PIR 
October 26, 2013 
Bones are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26,... 
Cancun, Mexico 
Bones are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula 
Bones are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PIO 
October 26, 2013 
A Maya Indian man stands behind a newly painted cross in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula,... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man stands behind a newly painted cross in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula... 
A Maya Indian man stands behind a newly painted cross in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PIL 
October 26, 2013 
Bones are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26,... 
Cancun, Mexico 
Bones are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula 
Bones are seen inside an ossuary in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PIK 
October 26, 2013 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative while placing them in a wooden crate lined with... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative while placing them in a wooden crate lined with... 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative while placing them in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PIJ 
October 26, 2013 
A Maya Indian man holds the bones of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula,... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man holds the bones of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula... 
A Maya Indian man holds the bones of a dead relative in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PII 
October 26, 2013 
A Maya Indian man cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing them in a wooden crate lined with... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing them in a wooden crate lined with... 
A Maya Indian man cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing them in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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October 26, 2013 
A Maya Indian man cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing it in a wooden crate lined with... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing it in a wooden crate lined with... 
A Maya Indian man cleans the bones of a dead relative before placing it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PIE 
October 26, 2013 
Bones are seen in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's... 
Cancun, Mexico 
Bones are seen in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's... 
Bones are seen in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTX14PID 
October 26, 2013 
A Maya Indian man places the bones of a dead relative in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man places the bones of a dead relative in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered... 
A Maya Indian man places the bones of a dead relative in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, October 26, 2013. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead, which falls on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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December 21, 2012 
People raise their hands in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza... 
PISTE, Mexico 
People raise their hands in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza... 
People raise their hands in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Thousands of mystics, hippies and tourists celebrated in the sunshine of southeastern Mexico on Friday as the Earth survived a day billed by doomsday theorists as the end of the world and a new era began for the Maya people. New Age dreamers, alternative lifestyle gurus and curious onlookers from around the world descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
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RTR3BU06 
December 21, 2012 
A woman rest at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Thousands... 
PISTE, Mexico 
A woman rest at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State 
A woman rest at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Thousands of mystics, hippies and tourists celebrated in the sunshine of southeastern Mexico on Friday as the Earth survived a day billed by doomsday theorists as the end of the world and a new era began for the Maya people. New Age dreamers, alternative lifestyle gurus and curious onlookers from around the world descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
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December 21, 2012 
People rest in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
PISTE, Mexico 
People rest in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
People rest in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Thousands of mystics, hippies and tourists celebrated in the sunshine of southeastern Mexico on Friday as the Earth survived a day billed by doomsday theorists as the end of the world and a new era began for the Maya people. New Age dreamers, alternative lifestyle gurus and curious onlookers from around the world descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
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December 21, 2012 
Visitors and tourists make a human chain around the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of... 
PISTE, Mexico 
Visitors and tourists make a human chain around the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of... 
Visitors and tourists make a human chain around the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Thousands of mystics, hippies and tourists celebrated in the sunshine of southeastern Mexico on Friday as the Earth survived a day billed by doomsday theorists as the end of the world and a new era began for the Maya people. New Age dreamers, alternative lifestyle gurus and curious onlookers from around the world descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
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December 21, 2012 
People perform a ritual in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza... 
PISTE, Mexico 
People perform a ritual in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza... 
People perform a ritual in front of the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Thousands of mystics, hippies and tourists celebrated in the sunshine of southeastern Mexico on Friday as the Earth survived a day billed by doomsday theorists as the end of the world and a new era began for the Maya people. New Age dreamers, alternative lifestyle gurus and curious onlookers from around the world descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTR3BTKB 
December 21, 2012 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
PISTE, Mexico 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTR3BTK4 
December 21, 2012 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
PISTE, Mexico 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTR3BTK2 
December 21, 2012 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
PISTE, Mexico 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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RTR3BTIM 
December 21, 2012 
A tourist meditates at sunrise near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza... 
PISTE, Mexico 
A tourist meditates at sunrise near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza... 
A tourist meditates at sunrise near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTR3BTIF 
December 21, 2012 
A group of people wearing pre-Hispanic costumes perform a ritual near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the... 
PISTE, Mexico 
A group of people wearing pre-Hispanic costumes perform a ritual near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the... 
A group of people wearing pre-Hispanic costumes perform a ritual near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTR3BTIA 
December 21, 2012 
A tourist raises her hands during a group meditation at sunrise near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological... 
PISTE, Mexico 
A tourist raises her hands during a group meditation at sunrise near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological... 
A tourist raises her hands during a group meditation at sunrise near the pyramid of Kukulkan at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MEXICO/
RTR3BTI6 
December 21, 2012 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
PISTE, Mexico 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan... 
The pyramid of Kukulcan is seen during sunrise at the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza in Yucatan State, December 21, 2012. Mystics, hippies and tourists descended on the ruins of Maya cities to mark the close of the 13th bak'tun - a period of around 400 years - and many hoped it would lead to a better era for humanity. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) 
LIFE-MEXICO-DEATH
RTR1IYC7 
November 03, 2006 
Maya Indian Felina Uc arranges a bouquet of flowers for a dead family member in the cemetery of Pomuch... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian arranges a bouquet of flowers for a dead family member in the cemetery of Pomuch 
Maya Indian Felina Uc arranges a bouquet of flowers for a dead family member in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula during the Day of the Dead, November 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE-MEXICO-DEATH
RTR1IYC3 
November 03, 2006 
A Maya Indian family visits the mausoleum of a dead relative in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian family visits the mausoleum of a dead relative in the cemetery of Pomuch 
A Maya Indian family visits the mausoleum of a dead relative in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula on the Day of the Dead, November 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE-MEXICO-DEATH
RTR1IYC1 
November 03, 2006 
Maya Indian Jose Demesio visits his aunt's mausoleum in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian visits a mausoleum in the cemetery of Pomuch 
Maya Indian Jose Demesio visits his aunt's mausoleum in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula on the Day of the Dead, November 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE-MEXICO-DEATH
RTR1IYBV 
November 03, 2006 
Maya Indian Gabriel Tuz rests on his marents' mausoleum in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian rests on his parents' mausoleum in the cemetery of Pomuch 
Maya Indian Gabriel Tuz rests on his marents' mausoleum in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, on the Day of the Dead, November 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE-MEXICO-DEATH
RTR1IYBS 
November 03, 2006 
A Maya Indian woman carries flowers for a dead family member in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian woman carries flowers for a dead family member in the cemetery of Pomuch 
A Maya Indian woman carries flowers for a dead family member in the cemetery of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula during the Day of the Dead, November 2, 2006. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
RTR1JS1G 
November 02, 2006 
"Pibipollos" or special offerings of food to the dead cook on hot stones and coal in a hole in the ground... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Special offerings of food to the dead cook on hot stones and coal in a hole in the ground in Pomuch 
"Pibipollos" or special offerings of food to the dead cook on hot stones and coal in a hole in the ground in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, November 1, 2006. Local Maya Indian families prepare large tamale-like sandwiches, stuffed with meat and cooked in a hole in the earth, which symbolize the burial of a human body during an intimate annual "Day of the Dead" ritual. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
RTR1JS1F 
November 02, 2006 
"Pibipollos" and other items are laid on an altar as offerings to dead family members in the village... 
SODZIL, Mexico 
"Pibipollos" and other items are laid on an altar as offerings to dead family members in Sodzil 
"Pibipollos" and other items are laid on an altar as offerings to dead family members in the village of Sodzil in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1356 km (843 miles) from Mexico City, November 1, 2006. Local Maya Indian families prepare large tamale-like sandwiches, stuffed with meat and cooked in a hole in the earth, which symbolize the burial of a human body during an intimate annual "Day of the Dead" ritual. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
RTR1JS1E 
November 02, 2006 
Mayan Indian Angel Barrancos buries "pibipollos" or special offerings of food to the dead with leaves,... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Mayan Indian buries a special offerings of food to the dead with leaves in Pomuch 
Mayan Indian Angel Barrancos buries "pibipollos" or special offerings of food to the dead with leaves, before leaving them to cook on hot stones and coal in a hole in the ground, in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, November 1, 2006. Local Maya Indian families prepare large tamale-like sandwiches, stuffed with meat and cooked in a hole in the earth, which symbolize the burial of a human body during an intimate annual "Day of the Dead" ritual. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
LIFE MEXICO BONES
RTR1JS1D 
November 02, 2006 
Maya Indian Maria Avila lays out a banana leaf in the preparation of "pibipollos" or special offerings... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian lays out a banana leaf in the preparation of a special offerings of food to the dead in Pomuch... 
Maya Indian Maria Avila lays out a banana leaf in the preparation of "pibipollos" or special offerings of food to the dead in her home in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, November 1, 2006. Local Maya Indian families prepare large tamale-like sandwiches, stuffed with meat and cooked in a hole in the earth, which symbolize the burial of a human body during an intimate annual "Day of the Dead" ritual. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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November 02, 2006 
Mayan Indian Maria Escamilla prepares an altar with "pibipollos" and other offerings of food to her dead... 
SODZIL, Mexico 
Mayan Indian prepares an altar with offerings of food to her dead family members in Pomuch 
Mayan Indian Maria Escamilla prepares an altar with "pibipollos" and other offerings of food to her dead family members in the village of Sodzil in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1356 km (843 miles) from Mexico City, November 1, 2006. Local Maya Indian families prepare large tamale-like sandwiches, stuffed with meat and cooked in a hole in the earth, which symbolize the burial of a human body during an intimate annual "Day of the Dead" ritual. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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November 02, 2006 
Sister-in-laws Maria Mex (L) and Rosa Borrancas (C) prepare "pibipollos" or special offerings of food... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Sister-in-laws prepare a special offerings of food to the dead in Pomuch 
Sister-in-laws Maria Mex (L) and Rosa Borrancas (C) prepare "pibipollos" or special offerings of food to the dead, as Maria Avila watches, in their home in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, November 1, 2006. Local Maya Indian families prepare large tamale-like sandwiches, stuffed with meat and cooked in a hole in the earth, which symbolize the burial of a human body during an intimate annual "Day of the Dead" ritual. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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November 01, 2006 
Maya Indian Andres Chi brushes the mausoleum of his dead grandparents with a fresh coat of paint in a... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian paints mausoleum of his dead grandparents in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula 
Maya Indian Andres Chi brushes the mausoleum of his dead grandparents with a fresh coat of paint in a cemetery in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 31, 2006. In a tradition dating back centuries, families in Pomuch exhume their dead after three years in the grave and transfer their dried bones and skulls, often with hair attached, to wooden crates on permanent display in open funeral niches. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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November 01, 2006 
Maya Indian Berta Euan removes the remains of a dead relative before cleaning them in the village of... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian woman removes remains of a dead relative before cleaning them in the village of Pomuch in... 
Maya Indian Berta Euan removes the remains of a dead relative before cleaning them in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 31, 2006. In a tradition dating back centuries, families in Pomuch exhume their dead after three years in the grave and transfer their dried bones and skulls, often with hair attached, to wooden crates on permanent display in open funeral niches. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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November 01, 2006 
Maya Indian Elsi Euan cleans the bones of her great-grandparents while her family looks on, in the village... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of her great-grandparents in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula 
Maya Indian Elsi Euan cleans the bones of her great-grandparents while her family looks on, in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 838 miles (1349 km) from Mexico City, October 31, 2006. In a tradition dating back centuries, families in Pomuch exhume their dead after three years in the grave and transfer their dried bones and skulls, often with hair attached, to wooden crates on permanent display in open funeral niches REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skull of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skull of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a... 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skull of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 30, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 30, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian man gives the mausoleum of a dead relative a fresh coat of paint in the cemetery of the... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian man gives the mausoleum of a dead relative a fresh coat of paint in the cemetery of the... 
A Maya Indian man gives the mausoleum of a dead relative a fresh coat of paint in the cemetery of the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 30, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 30, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
The abandoned skull of a Maya Indian lies among other unidentified remains in a special section of the... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
The abandoned skull of a Maya Indian lies among other unidentified remains in a special section of the... 
The abandoned skull of a Maya Indian lies among other unidentified remains in a special section of the cemetery in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A skull rests in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth after being cleaned by relatives... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A skull rests in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth after being cleaned by relatives... 
A skull rests in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth after being cleaned by relatives in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A small plastic doll lies in a box among the bones of a dead Maya Indian in a cemetery in the village... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A small plastic doll lies in a box among the bones of a dead Maya Indian in a cemetery in the village... 
A small plastic doll lies in a box among the bones of a dead Maya Indian in a cemetery in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian woman removes the boxed remains of a dead relative to clean the bones, in the village of... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman removes the boxed remains of a dead relative to clean the bones, in the village of... 
A Maya Indian woman removes the boxed remains of a dead relative to clean the bones, in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a... 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the bones of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
Maya Indian Irene Chi cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
Maya Indian Irene Chi cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with... 
Maya Indian Irene Chi cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, about 1348 km (838 miles) from Mexico City, October 29, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. Picture taken on October 29, 2006 REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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October 31, 2006 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with... 
POMUCH, Mexico 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with... 
A Maya Indian woman cleans the skeleton of a dead relative and places it in a wooden crate lined with a newly embroidered cloth in the village of Pomuch in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, some 1348 km (838 Miles) from Mexico City, October 30, 2006. Local Maya Indians visit the graves of their dead relatives during an intimate annual ritual preceding the Day of the Dead. REUTERS/Jennifer Szymaszek (MEXICO) 
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