A ‘Animita’ is born for compassion of the people in the place in which a ‘bad death’ happened. It is a popular cenotaph, the rests remains in the cemetery, by what the soul is honored, the “ánima”. Where the journey on earth has finished, in the same place there is constructed a hut, which is called a little house, chapel, […]
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