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Why Souvenirs?

The word souvenir is French meaning “memory.” For most people, a souvenir is an item of sentimental value, an object that will remind us of a pleasant journey. It could be anything as a simple trinket from a street vendor to a majestic work of art depicting the place we visited. Synonyms are memento and keepsake. However, a souvenir is not the same as memorabilia, which is connected to a particular historic event or place. For Clay Critters, the souvenir takes final form when it is name-dropped with the locale. Just a little trivia for you. Trivia comes to us from… Oh, never mind!

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