Arhuaco Mochila Bags Identified by Weaver and/or Design

Who wove your Arhuaco Mochila bag and what does the design mean? The Arhuaco people are an indigenous people of Colombia. They are Chibchan-speaking people and descendants of the Tairona culture, concentrated in northern Colombia in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.
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► Exhibición de Mochilas Arhuacas con Colores - Mochilas arhuacas  Peynu (Peine)Arhuaco!

► Exhibición de Mochilas Arhuacas con Colores - Mochilas arhuacas Peynu (Peine)Arhuaco! Colombia

Sequinkuta: Apprentice Mamo learning to weave a traditional hat under the guidance of an elder Mamo. Mamo Seukukwi is a 94-year-old Arhuaco Leader and Spiritual Geographer, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (SNSM) Colombia.

Sequinkuta: Apprentice Mamo learning to weave a traditional hat under the guidance of an elder Mamo. Mamo Seukukwi is a 94-year-old Arhuaco Leader and Spiritual Geographer, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (SNSM) Colombia.

► Exhibición de Mochilas Arhuacas en lana de ovejas - Mochilas arhuacas ¡Fomentando el arte del pueblo Arhuaco!

Mochilas arhuacas tejidas por las Watis (mujeres arhuacas) con finos hilos de lana virgen de ovejas en tonos blancos, marrones y oscuros.

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