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More Colorful Photos From Dia De Los Muertos Celebrations

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Angelenos started celebrating Dia De Los Muertos last weekend and celebrations of continued all week at Olvera Street, Grand Park and other locations around town. We pulled together a gallery from our Flickr photo pool that includes all the hallmarks of the holiday: processions for the dead, altars, costumes and calaveras.

Photos: Colorful Dia De Los Muertos Celebrations in L.A.

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