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Inspired by llamas, the desert and Mother Earth, these craftswomen weave sacred textiles

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Aymara women weave textiles while herding llamas and alpacas in Chile's Atacama Desert. The knowledge of her craft passes on from one generation to another, securing Aymara families' bond with their land. Among the 3 million Aymaras who live along the borders of Chile, Per� and Bolivia, the Earth is known as Pachamama.
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