This figure represents a florist, that you can tipically see on markets, or outside of churches in special days of religious celebrations. In this case she is selling "cempazuchitl flowers" (mary gold flowers) using in mexico for the celebration of the day of the death.
She also has a "pan de muerto" (special sweet bread made for this day) besides her, and a cup of hot chocolate.
(very delicius here in Mexico)
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FRIDA KAHLO'S MUSEUM STORE
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Col. Del Carmen Coyoacán
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Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Mexico
The "huacal" is a kind of box, that people used to transport mostly vegetable and fruits.