The Day of the Dead is known in Spanish as El Día de los Muertos. You may think this celebration only happens in Mexico, but did you know that Colombia and Nicaragua celebrate as part of their culture too?
The Catholic Church has a strong presence in the country of Columbia, meaning the observance of Christmas has a very religious approach rather than a laïcité or commercial perspective.
Christmas, or Navidad as it’s known in Latin America, is an important religious holiday for many Latin Americans. As with many holidays, the observance varies from country to country, but the main focus is on celebrating the birthday of Jesus.