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Skulls flood the streets of Bolivia for the first time since the pandemic in ‘ñatitas’ cult

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The traditions and cultures of the Aymara, Quechua and other groups remain strong in Bolivia, where indigenous people are the majority in a country located in the heart of South America.

Hundreds of Bolivian faithful gathered on November 8 at the General Cemetery of La Paz to celebrate their loved ones amid the 'ñatitas' festivity. It is the first time the celebration is held since the start of the pandemic.

The protagonists of this peculiar tradition are skulls, which in some cases can even be decorated. In addition to the vital breath and the body, these . . .

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