08 November 2012 05:39 | By Rafael Estefanía
Mayan people today

Traditional huipils



Huipils (© (c) Rafael Estefanía)
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Two young girls pose wearing huipils, the traditional dress from the Yucatán Peninsula introduced by the Spaniards to 'protect morals'. Before the arrival of the conquerors, Mayan women used to go bare-chested.

 

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