Tree of Life Land Art Appears in Baranja for International Day of Peace

Katarina Anđelković

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Dor Project
Dor Project

As SiB writes, more than 40 years have passed since the agreement was founded on the importance of strengthening the ideal of peace among all nations; however, looking back on this not-so-short time and the tragic events currently taking place in the heart of Europe provides food for thought.

“I think we can all ask ourselves how this is possible and why this is happening. But we will not get the answers to these questions from anyone. The International Day of Peace allows all nations, organisations, and individuals to spread the message of peace together through their actions. We believe that individuals and small groups can initiate even serious changes because the real strength of a person is manifested in their actions”, they say in the association Dor Project.

Why did they choose the symbol of the Tree of Life? The tree of life is an ancient symbol and can be found in every civilisation, from the Mayans to the Celts, appearing in Buddhism and Norse mythology to Christianity.

The Tree of Life has always meant an unbreakable and perfect connection between Heaven and Earth. It is a symbol of nature, strength, wisdom, and eternal life. The tree of life is also a symbol of rebirth, as trees lose their leaves in winter and appear dead, but this represents the beginning of new life. The motif can also symbolize growth, strength, and uniqueness. Trees are among the longest-lived organisms on Earth, with some species living up to 5,000 years.

The sculpture they made extends over approximately 200 m2 in one location in Batina in Baranja.

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