Detail of embroidery on the back of the jacket of a ch'uta from Caquiaviri during parades for the Entierro del Pepino, La Paz, Bolivia
"Cuna del ch'uta" translates as "cradle" or "birthplace" of the ch'uta. Ch'utas are a character particularly associated with Carnival celebrations in La Paz and the surrounding area. The character is said to have originated in Caquiaviri, a village about 70km south west of La Paz.
Photograph ID: CarnivalLPB2017D261
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Published in: La Paz Carnival