Join the commemoration of this important Mexican tradition declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO
November 1 and 2

This Nahuatl poem summarizes very well the vision of life and death that indigenous peoples in Mexico had:

“Sometimes the hummingbird, sometimes the crow, sometimes the tecolote, tells us when we will leave. But us Mexica do not die, we only change homes, change bodies. And every year we arrive here."