Peruvian Andean Woman (Quechua speaker)
Quechua Language (Quichua, Inga, Inca, Runasimi) Quechua is famous for being the language of the Inca Empire of Peru. In truth, however, there is no single Quechua language--instead there is what linguists called a dialect chain across most of Western South America, in which speakers of one Quechua language can understand the languages spoken by their immediate neighbors, but not a language further from them. So, for example, a speaker of South Bolivian Quechua may understand North Bolivian…
Bolivia: Sombrero de la Paceña
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“South America” by Photographer Kevin Faingnaert
A selection of photos taken in Peru, Bolivia and Argentina by Belgium-based photographer Kevin Faingnaert (previously featured here). See more images …
These Women Rock Indigenous Clothes to Reclaim Their History
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'Peru, a Young Peruvian Girl' Photographic Print - Nigel Pavitt | Art.com
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