Bolivia y niños
by Jorge Naruo
An Afro Bolivian woman and her baby
Afro Bolivians are unique in that they’ve adopted many of cultural practices, traditions, and attire of the Aymara people who are the largest Indigenous group native to Bolivia. Most Afro Bolivians not only speak Spanish but also the Aymara language fluently.
Family of Apolobamba
Carnaval de Oruro
"An aguayo is a multicolored woolen cloth (made of alpaca wool), part of the traditional dressing in the Andes region. Taken in the Rosario area in La Paz, Bolivia.”
"Woman and girl in Tomarapi, Sajama National Park, Bolivia”
Bolivian doll - Salar de uyuni/Bolivia
"Snow-capped Mount Huayna Potosi rises above a neighborhood in the high altitude city of El Alto, Bolivia, the present center of the indigenous Aymaran culture. An Aymaran woman, also known as a cholita, walks in her traditional clothing of bowler hat, manta (shawl), aguayo (cloth sack) and pollera (dress). The city of El Alto sits just above La Paz on the Alitplano at over 13,000 feet, making it one of the highest city’s in the world."
ABOUTRecuerdos de Bolivia.