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A dream destination for many of us, Oaxaca not only boasts a magnificent landscape, but also takes pride in its rich culture and ancestral craft traditions that are still alive today.  

We made a mini film featuring the pot-making skills of the Oaxacan ceramicists. Most of them are still following the traditional production processes, during which all the work is done by hand. These techniques have been passed down from generation to generation, refined, and remained an active part in the community life.

 





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