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I have some textiles like this from Otovalo, Ecuador. Made curtains out one... still have another.

Peruvian textiles... looks very much like a CTTC display

Peruvian girls. It's amazing how many people still dress this way, I LOVE the culture in Peru. :)

This sweet child and her lamb were walking in the market on a cool fall afternoon near Pisac, Peru. Photo by WorldTravelPhotos.

Peruvian textiles have an incredibly rich tradition, with pre-Incan museums all around the country featuring beautiful textiles. In Paracas, the textile art is considered exquisite and delicate. Dating from around 600 BC these textiles were used to wrap mummies, in layer after layer of ornate and finely woven textiles.

2010-03-06, Cuzco, Peru: Women in traditional red dresses and hats on the Plaza de Armas in Cuzco, Peru. - Editorial image High resolution version and licence for printing are available on request: www.kadaj.art.pl