Bakery Windows

In Gastronomy
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Bakery windows are decorated with skeletons and verses dedicated to the deceased.

People select the bread they want to offer their ancestors, a food that is later enjoyed by the family.

The people of Mexico City remember those who have crossed the river that separates life from death.

This two-fold experience enlightens the beginning and the end of a cycle.

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