Natitas festival celebrations were held in La Paz, Bolivia on Sunday, 8 November.
Dia de los Natitas, or Day of the Skulls, is an ancient tradition that involves decorating skulls with flowers and giving them things such as cigarettes and coca leaves.
Some natitas are passed down through generations, but many are from unnamed, abandoned graves. They are then cared for, decorated, and used as amulets by faithful, who believe they serve as protection.
The celebration is held a week after All Saints Day, but is not recognised by the Catholic Church. However, Cementario General chapel opens for people to participate in a blessing ceremony, according to the CBC.