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Olinalá Boxes

This type of ft is carved and painted by artisans from the state of Guerrero, in southern Mexico. The boxes are famous for their intricate designs and citrusy aroma.

Amate Paper

This type of paper has played an important part in the cultural life of Mexico. Before the Spanish Conquest, the indigenous peoples of Mexico used amate to keep their records.

Rag Dolls

The world-famous Mexican rag doll has a wide face, a traditional indigenous dress, braids and colorful ribbons.