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All Hallow’s Eve!


A Poseidon seen at El Barrio in La Antigua Guatemala. Photo: Comvite
A Poseidon seen at El Barrio in La Antigua Guatemala. Photo: Comvite

Halloween is the celebration held right before All Hallow’s Day in many countries throughout the world. Its name comes from “Hallow-e’en“, the Scottish term for “All Hollow’s Eve”. Though it started originally as part of a Christian celebration, this festivity is now primarily marked by putting on a disguise and asking for candy. Or, if you’re old enough, putting on a costume and partying. Either way, we took to the streets (and bars) of La Antigua Guatemala to check out people’s costumes. Here are some of our favourite ones:

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