Camisilla Talla única Colores: negro, blanco, fucsia, azul, amarillo, gris Manualidades diversas En algodón o en supplexSi deseas adquirir los productos de Siempre Santísima, comunícate al 301 418 61 66

Camisilla Talla única Colores: negro, blanco, fucsia, azul, amarillo, gris Manualidades diversas En algodón o en supplexSi deseas adquirir los productos de Siempre Santísima, comunícate al 301 418 61 66

Sombrero tipo vueltiao. Manualidades diversas. Si deseas adquirir los productos de Siempre Santísima, comunícate al 301 418 61 66

Sombrero tipo vueltiao. Manualidades diversas. Si deseas adquirir los productos de Siempre Santísima, comunícate al 301 418 61 66

Colombia. Traditional hat called "Sombrero Vueltiao" Love it! Sombrero Tradicional de Colombia. #claudiadesigns #travel

Colombia. Traditional hat called "Sombrero Vueltiao" Love it! Sombrero Tradicional de Colombia. #claudiadesigns #travel

Sombreros a la cabeza

Sombreros a la cabeza

Cumbia dancer

Cumbia dancer

Cristina Felfle Fernández De CastroReina del Carnaval de Barranquilla 2015

Cristina Felfle Fernández De CastroReina del Carnaval de Barranquilla 2015

carnaval de barranquilla

carnaval de barranquilla

The Wayuu Mochilas available here are purchased directly from a group of indigenous Native Colombian women that weave them. They are entirely hand-made in the deserts of La Guajira, Colombia. Visit facebook.com/Mmapakatartesanias for ordering info or contact Mmapakat@gmail.com

The Wayuu Mochilas available here are purchased directly from a group of indigenous Native Colombian women that weave them. They are entirely hand-made in the deserts of La Guajira, Colombia. Visit facebook.com/Mmapakatartesanias for ordering info or contact Mmapakat@gmail.com

Colombian women dance Cumbia during the Carnival in Barranquilla, Colombia, 27 February 2006. The Carnival of Barranquilla is a unique festivity which takes place every year during February or March on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. A colourful mixture of the ancient African tribal dances and the Spanish music influence - cumbia, porro, mapale, puya, congo among others - hit for five days nearly all central streets of Barranquilla. Those traditions kept for centuries by Black African…

Colombian women dance Cumbia during the Carnival in Barranquilla, Colombia, 27 February 2006. The Carnival of Barranquilla is a unique festivity which takes place every year during February or March on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. A colourful mixture of the ancient African tribal dances and the Spanish music influence - cumbia, porro, mapale, puya, congo among others - hit for five days nearly all central streets of Barranquilla. Those traditions kept for centuries by Black African…

Carnaval de barranquilla!

Carnaval de barranquilla!

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