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The "Tree of Death" or "Tree of Life" holds profound symbolism in Mexican culture. It represents the connection between life and death, believed to have its roots in the underworld while its branches reach up to the heavens.

The Tree of Death is a representation of the Mexican belief that death is just another stage in the cycle of life. The Day of the Dead festival celebrates the memory of loved ones who have passed away, and the tree serves as a way to honor and remember the deceased. It's often adorned with vibrant colors and intricate details, reflecting the idea that death should not be feared but celebrated as an integral part of the human experience. This deep and culturally significant symbolism has made the Tree of Death an iconic part of the Day of the Dead festivities in Mexico.

Unique item.
Handmade colored paper.
Available in black or white.
Sets of 10 units.
Artisan: Pedro Bonilla.
Origin: San Salvador Huixcolotla, Puebla.
Size: 40 cm x 29 cm / 15.75 in x 11.42 in.
Handcrafted in Mexico.

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