Revellers in colourful costumes 'galloped' to Mexico City on Wednesday, to honour the annually celebrated Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). People dressed in folklore costumes interacted with visitors coming from all across the country to celebrate and honour the Day of the Dead. This year’s festival theme was migration in different times and eras of Mexican history. Day of the Dead is... Еще celebrated throughout Mexico, whereupon people pay their respects to friends and family members who have died. The festivities have existed since the pre-Hispanic era and fuses modern Mexican culture to pre-colonial times. The holiday traditionally takes place near October 31 (All Hallows' Eve), November 1 (All Saints Day) and November 2 (All Souls Day).