Related Video: DIY Cascarones
The Easter that most people think of with jelly beans, cellophane grass, peeps, and bunnies, does not exist in Latin America.
Instead, you'll find a nation with traditions deeply rooted in Catholicism. Next to Christmas, Easter is the most widely celebrated and important religious holiday of the year.
During the week leading up to Easter, known as Holy Week or Semana Santa, a number of colorful and fascinating traditions take place.
There is a blessing of the palms, processions in the street recreating the trial and crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and finally the day that everyone has been waiting for - Easter Sunday or Domingo de Gloria.
With everyone feeling spiritually renewed, a huge celebration takes place. Family and friends get together and share a delicious meal.
Click through the slideshow to see some of the unique traditions that Hispanics partake in every Easter.