San Bartolomé Quilana Scarf

The scarfs that the women of San Bartolomé Quialana carry on their heads are not elaborated fine and artisanly in looms of waist, nor they are of natural fiber; Are simple square shaped cloths and synthetic fabric that are made in an industrial way. And yet, they are the undisputed emblem of this indigenous people who, anchored in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, are ancestrally governed by customs and still preserve their pre-Hispanic Zapotec language alive.

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