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El cuerno de la abundancia
By Colleen Messina
Translation by Traductor TT
  

1     El día de Acción de Gracias tiene muchos símbolos. Muchas veces se utiliza una cornucopia. Esta tiene forma de cuerno. También se la llama "cuerno de la abundancia". Se la llama así porque está llena de comida. Antes se utilizaba un cuerno de cabra. Estaba presente en los festivales de cosecha. Era símbolo de abundancia o prosperidad. Lo llenaban con granos, flores y frutas. .....
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