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"Nahuatl dancers wearing penachos celebrate their heritage in the streets at the Feria del Huipil in Mexico."

Women in Oaxaca, Mexico, wearing beautifully patterned huipiles. A huipil (from the Nahuatl uipilli, meaning "blouse"`- "dress") is a form of Maya textile and tunic or blouse worn by indigenous Mayan, Zapotec, and other women in central to southern Mexico, Guatemalam, Belize, El Salvador, western Honduras, and northern part of Central America

The three of the major indigenous groups of mexico; Incas, Aztecs, and Mayans, are represented here and the maps showed where they reside.

This Time All of Them "Mexico's Greatest Singers" Jorge Negrete Lola Beltran, Pedro Infante Jose Alfredo Jimenez & Javier Solis.

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Aztec Eagle Dancer - Mexico Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Craig Lovell

Mexican Aztec Art | Aztec Eagle Dancer - Mexico

La Tehuana Oaxaca This is a photo of an old photograph displayed in the post office in the city of Oaxaca, Mexico. It shows a woman (a model most likely) wearing a huipil and skirt . She also wears the magnificent headdress which is actually the lace hem of a child's dress.