Resultado de imagen para greca diaguita

Resultado de imagen para greca diaguita

"DIAGUITAS" DE CHILE

"DIAGUITAS" DE CHILE

Mujer Diaguita -Chile- Pueblos originarios

Mujer Diaguita -Chile- Pueblos originarios

Educadores  tradicionales en  lengua  Aymara de  la  comunidad  de  Putre certificado  por  Conadi - Chile.

Educadores tradicionales en lengua Aymara de la comunidad de Putre certificado por Conadi - Chile.

Los pueblos aymara se hallan dispersos a lo largo de diferentes pisos ecológicos desde Bolivia, el Norte Grande chileno y el noroeste argentino. En Chile están ubicados en las regiones de Arica y Parinacota, Tarapacá y Antofagasta, en tres pisos ecológicos: en el altiplano y la puna, sobre los 3800 metros, en la sierra y valles altos de la pre cordillera y en los valles bajos y ciudades del norte chileno, así como en centros mineros, en la costa y en las grandes urbes más distantes.

Los pueblos aymara se hallan dispersos a lo largo de diferentes pisos ecológicos desde Bolivia, el Norte Grande chileno y el noroeste argentino. En Chile están ubicados en las regiones de Arica y Parinacota, Tarapacá y Antofagasta, en tres pisos ecológicos: en el altiplano y la puna, sobre los 3800 metros, en la sierra y valles altos de la pre cordillera y en los valles bajos y ciudades del norte chileno, así como en centros mineros, en la costa y en las grandes urbes más distantes.

vestimenta  Masculina aymara

vestimenta Masculina aymara

Jezu Bunster Illustrations & Design  "Mujer Indígena" -AYMARA-

Jezu Bunster Illustrations & Design "Mujer Indígena" -AYMARA-

Chile:: “A child’s brain is an astonishing thing. It has, in its construction, an astounding capacity for absorbing what is brought to it; and not only to think about, but to find ways for improving it. It is today’s child who, tomorrow, will, you know, laugh at our ways of doing things.” ― Ernest Vincent Wright, Gadsby [pinned by PartyTalent.com]

Chile:: “A child’s brain is an astonishing thing. It has, in its construction, an astounding capacity for absorbing what is brought to it; and not only to think about, but to find ways for improving it. It is today’s child who, tomorrow, will, you know, laugh at our ways of doing things.” ― Ernest Vincent Wright, Gadsby [pinned by PartyTalent.com]

“A crone who is bored might do ANYTHING. People said things like 'we had to make our own amusements in those days' as if this signified some kind of moral worth, and perhaps it did, but the last thing you wanted a crone to do was get bored and start making her own amusements, because crones sometimes had famously erratic ideas about what was amusing.” ― Terry Pratchett, Legends

“A crone who is bored might do ANYTHING. People said things like 'we had to make our own amusements in those days' as if this signified some kind of moral worth, and perhaps it did, but the last thing you wanted a crone to do was get bored and start making her own amusements, because crones sometimes had famously erratic ideas about what was amusing.” ― Terry Pratchett, Legends

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