Why marigolds, or cempasúchil, are the iconic flower of Día de los Muertos

The Day of the Dead is deeply rooted in pre-Hispanic Aztec rituals blended with Roman Catholic traditions. But many of the indigenous symbols remain, including the vibrant and fragrant marigold.

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