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Bolivians celebrate and commemorated the Day of Skulls or Natitas festival in la Paz Bolivia(12 images)

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  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
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  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
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  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG
  • La Paz Bolivia, November. Devotees takes part during the celebrations of the Day of Skulls, Known locally as Natitas, the festival, which is believed to be pre-Colombian, sees families adorn skulls, sometimes those of relatives, with flowers, hats, candles and other decoration.VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer
    Day of Skul...JPG