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Piñata en San agustín Etla, Oaxaca. México. - It's believed that piñatas originated among the Aztecs, the Maya and other indigenous peoples of Mexico, who used to make pots and hollow clay sculptures in the shapes of their gods. These piñatas, some filled with grain or fruit, were broken in the celebrations and religious festivals and the spilled contents represented the abundance or favors granted by the gods

Piñata en San agustín Etla, Oaxaca. México. - It's believed that piñatas originated among the Aztecs, the Maya and other indigenous peoples of Mexico, who used to make pots and hollow clay sculptures in the shapes of their gods. These piñatas, some filled with grain or fruit, were broken in the celebrations and religious festivals and the spilled contents represented the abundance or favors granted by the gods

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