Los secretos que encierra el Calendario Mapuche explicados en una infografía

Los secretos que encierra el Calendario Mapuche explicados en una infografía

The Mapuche people live on the Andes Mountains, straddling Argentina and Chile, between the Aconcagua River and Chiloé Island. Its inhabitants are very wedded to their land and their customs, and have a rich cosmology that focuses its principles in their attachment to ancestral territories, then embodied in everyday objects such as ceramics, textiles and jewellery.

The Mapuche people live on the Andes Mountains, straddling Argentina and Chile, between the Aconcagua River and Chiloé Island. Its inhabitants are very wedded to their land and their customs, and have a rich cosmology that focuses its principles in their attachment to ancestral territories, then embodied in everyday objects such as ceramics, textiles and jewellery.

Joyería tradicional mapuche. Chile.  El ajuar de la mujer consta de lloven nitrowe, o tocado femenino cubierto de cupulitas de plata, el trarilonko (cintillo de plata), los chaway o aros, el trapelacucha y sükil (adornos pectorales), el kilkay o collar, trarikug o pulseras, el tupu o punzón (prendedores para sujetar el chamal o chal femenino).

Joyería tradicional mapuche. Chile. El ajuar de la mujer consta de lloven nitrowe, o tocado femenino cubierto de cupulitas de plata, el trarilonko (cintillo de plata), los chaway o aros, el trapelacucha y sükil (adornos pectorales), el kilkay o collar, trarikug o pulseras, el tupu o punzón (prendedores para sujetar el chamal o chal femenino).

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