Despite the dapper tie and snappy suit, this old chap isn’t in the best of health… mainly because he’s been dead for a couple of hundred years.
Ready to step out for a night on the town...
Held up by (living) family members, the mummified remains of a man and a woman are given their three-yearly sprucing, which includes new threads in a ritual in Indonesia.
Called Ma'nene, the ceremony, which was pictured in the Sulawesi Province, celebrates the deceased and the bond that exists between family members - both alive and dead.
"A bit chilly..."
After the ritual, the remains are laid to rest for another three years before returning once again to the world of the living.
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