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My Trip to Chiapas Mexico focusing on Chiapas textiles dresses
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THE CHIAPAS HIGHLANDS~TRADITIONS, TEXTILES AND ORCHIDS IN SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LAS CASAS
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Textiles of Chiapas – January 2011

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Mayan woman in the high country of Guatemala at her loom
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This photo shows a Guatemalan women weaving. This is what most women do in Guatemala. She could be weaving anything from a table runner to a skirt.

Learning to weave during your service can be a new hobby and excellent stress reliever.

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Mayan woman in the high country of Guatemala at her loom

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Margarita Blouse Rosa | Chiapas Bazaar | Handmade Blouses, Accessories & Home Decor by Mexican Folk Artisans
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For centuries Chiapas women have woven and brocaded gowns for the images of their gods, who are now identified with the Virgin and Catholic Saints. These sacred textiles, stored in the saints' coffers, are still the source of their art and a symbol of their Maya identity.

Among the Chiapas Maya, brocade is perceived not only as an art form, but also as a sacred duty ordained by the gods and perfected by the ancestors

Palenque was a Maya city state in southern Mexico that flourished in the 7th century. The Palenque ruins date back to 226 BC to around 799 AD. Wikipedia

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My trip to Chiaps Mexico - Chiapas textiles

Currently I’m exploring the textiles of the Highland Mayas of Chiapas by visiting villages, markets, and if I’m lucky.

For centuries Chiapas women have woven and brocaded gowns for the images of their gods, who are now identified with the Virgin and Catholic Saints. These sacred textiles, stored in the saints' coffers, are still the source of their art and a symbol of their Maya identity.

Currently I’m exploring the textiles of the Highland Mayas of Chiapas by visiting villages, markets, and if I’m lucky. a festival or ceremony in process

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