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November 02, 2015
A musician uses his phone to take pictures of figures depicting La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
A musician uses his phone to take pictures of figures depicting La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine...
A musician uses his phone to take pictures of figures depicting La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day of the Dead celebrations in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, November 2, 2015. The saint is often depicted as a skeletal "grim reaper" and followers leave offerings of tequila, rum, beer, cigarettes, cash, flowers and candy at altars adorned with rosaries and candles. The Catholic Church frowns on the Saint Death cult, whose origins may trace back to Aztec and Mayan death-gods or to ancient European traditions, but many devotees call themselves Catholics. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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