The Intriguing Statue of a Warrior
If you appreciate Native American culture, then this souvenir from United States is sure to remind you of the grace and boundless that these ancestral Americans' customs have. The statue depicted in the image is presented in front of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, it almost looks surreal but it is very human-like and connotes a certain unmistakable strength, not just physically but in respect to his beliefs. We could even say that at this site, men and their deities meet to create a bond that nothing can torn apart.
The Spirit in New Mexican Culture
By all means, New Mexico is the state, as no other in United States, where Indian culture and Indian people have a place in the constituency of the territory. It is a matter of pride for their residents and their Indian heritage which gives New Mexico its unique identity. The spirit of the Native American communities is present in every day life and in the works of artists and artisans. The land breathes the air of legendary times. Museums, such as the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, embrace the rich culture and history of the people who were there before the arrival of the Europeans and give their descendants the opportunity to know more about their past so that they don't forget it and live it every day.
The statue of the spirit warrior at the front of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture is all about that. It embodies the spirit of the original communities reminding its descendants and the people from outside not to forget their roots, and to keep the culture that makes this state unique and strong. This is a great travel souvenir to take back home and share your knowledge about the Native communities of New Mexico.