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At the Cervantes Institute in Belgrade, the Day of the Dead was celebrated again this year and the Altar of the Dead was presented.

On this occasion, for the first time, the Katrina walk and the presentation of prizes for the best masked ones took place.

You can visit the Altar of the Dead in the gallery of the Cervantes Institute until 15 November.

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