Hundreds of capital residents go to the cemetery with their loved ones

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From early in the morning hundreds of inhabitants of the Mexico City They got ready to visit the various pantheons in the capital, to visit their faithful dead in the All Saints Day within the framework of the festivities Day of the Dead.

For several days now, the Secretariat of Citizen Security announced its Pantheons 2023 operation, in which will provide support both outside and inside of these facilities to citizens who wish to visit their loved ones and bring them flowers, offerings and even music.

Xoco Pantheon

The Panteón Xoco, one of those located in the Benito Juárez mayor's office, reported that it will remain open from November 1 to 5, from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

San José Pantheon

In the San José Pantheon located in the San Pedro neighborhood in the Iztacalco mayor's office, there will also be a mega show, food, music, costumes, legends, stories, theater and more.


The original town of San Andrés Mixquic in the Tláhuac mayor's office invites you to experience the colors, flavors and smells of the traditional offerings of the Mixquic Pantheon, people can arrive through route 149 (Metro Tláhuac-Mixquic) of the RTP.

Meanwhile, outside several other cemeteries, merchants have already set up their stalls with flowers and other products for visitors.


Meanwhile, within the framework of the Day of the Dead festivities, the SSC indicated that it began the production of bread of the dead by people deprived of their liberty, as part of the program to strengthen the productive activities and job training offered by the brand. “Make me value penitentiary products."

35 men and 10 women deprived of liberty were trained to make bread of the dead, in the North, East, South prisons, the Penitentiary, and the Santa Martha Acatitla Men's and Women's Social Reintegration Centers.

The purpose is to develop their work skills in specialized techniques, expanding their employment possibilities, in addition to starting a business by obtaining their freedom, thereby reducing the risk factors of recidivism.

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With the joint effort, the delicious product was put on sale under the brand “Hazme Valer, Penitentiary Products” to celebrate the Day of the Dead, at a cost of 70 pesos per piece and can be purchased at the following points of sale:

  • Institutional Store, located on San Antonio Abad Road #130, in the Tránsito neighborhood, CuauhtĂ©moc mayor's office.
  • CDMX Police Museum, located on Victoria Street #82, Centro neighborhood, CuauhtĂ©moc mayor's office
  • Festival of the Bread of the Dead and Chocolate, at the UNAM Autonomy Palace, from November 3 to 5, 2023

With the economic resources obtained from the sale, we contribute to the sustenance of people deprived of liberty and their families, strengthening the link with the outside world, increasing the possibilities of employability upon obtaining their freedom and completing the reintegration process.


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