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Jair Cabrera Torres / Le Pictorium - Indigenous artisans survive Covid-19 in Mexico City - 5/1/2021 - Mexico / Mexico City / Mexico City - Indigenous artisans who live in Mexico City, put one of the most emblematic dolls in Mexico for sale, which comes from the state of Queretaro. The Otomi indigenous community makes these dolls to sell them and be able to survive in the face of the economic crisis that the Covid-19 health emergency is leaving. Photo: Jair Cabrera Torres

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Jair Cabrera Torres / Le Pictorium - Indigenous artisans survive Covid-19 in Mexico City - 5/1/2021 - Mexico / Mexico City / Mexico City - Indigenous artisans who live in Mexico City, put one of the most emblematic dolls in Mexico for sale, which comes from the state of Queretaro. The Otomi indigenous community makes these dolls to sell them and be able to survive in the face of the economic crisis that the Covid-19 health emergency is leaving. Photo: Jair Cabrera Torres

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Jair Cabrera Torres / Le Pictorium - Indigenous artisans survive Covid-19 in Mexico City - 5/1/2021 - Mexico / Mexico City / Mexico City - Indigenous artisans who live in Mexico City, put one of the most emblematic dolls in Mexico for sale, which comes from the state of Queretaro. The Otomi indigenous community makes these dolls to sell them and be able to survive in the face of the economic crisis that the Covid-19 health emergency is leaving. Photo: Jair Cabrera Torres

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Jair Cabrera Torres / Le Pictorium - Indigenous artisans survive Covid-19 in Mexico City - 5/1/2021 - Mexico / Mexico City / Mexico City - Indigenous artisans who live in Mexico City, put one of the most emblematic dolls in Mexico for sale, which comes from the state of Queretaro. The Otomi indigenous community makes these dolls to sell them and be able to survive in the face of the economic crisis that the Covid-19 health emergency is leaving. Photo: Jair Cabrera Torres

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Jair Cabrera Torres / Le Pictorium - Indigenous artisans survive Covid-19 in Mexico City - 5/1/2021 - Mexico / Mexico City / Mexico City - Indigenous artisans who live in Mexico City, put one of the most emblematic dolls in Mexico for sale, which comes from the state of Queretaro. The Otomi indigenous community makes these dolls to sell them and be able to survive in the face of the economic crisis that the Covid-19 health emergency is leaving. Photo: Jair Cabrera Torres

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Jair Cabrera Torres / Le Pictorium - Indigenous artisans survive Covid-19 in Mexico City - 5/1/2021 - Mexico / Mexico City / Mexico City - Indigenous artisans who live in Mexico City, put one of the most emblematic dolls in Mexico for sale, which comes from the state of Queretaro. The Otomi indigenous community makes these dolls to sell them and be able to survive in the face of the economic crisis that the Covid-19 health emergency is leaving. Photo: Jair Cabrera Torres