The Day of the Dead is one of the most important celebrations in Mexico; however, in the Yucatan Peninsula, this tradition has a special twist. The Mayans of the area call it 'Hanal Pixan', which in Spanish means 'food of souls'. The tradition begins on October 26 and extends until November 1, celebrated throughout the peninsula.
From October 31st until February 12th in Instituto Cervantes de Praga. More information in the Instituto Cervantes de Praga website here