Guauchinango or Huauchinango is a city and municipality in central Mexico. Costumes of Mexican Mountains Indios.
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Inhabitants of Tierra Caliente (Hotlanders). People from Tierra Caliente come in.
The Mantilla was first a veil worn by Spanish women from the Middle Ages onwards, which covered the head and neck up to the shoulders.
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Mexican woman cooking Tortillas. The costumes that we see here come from the villages that are located in the south of Puebla de los Angeles. Carl Nebel 1836.
Mexican Peoples from Puebla in traditional costumes. Gallery: Voyage pittoresque et archéologique dans la partie la plus intéressante du Mexique by Carl Nebel. Published 1836.
The Mexican landowner and his family by Carl Nebel 1834.
The costume depicted here is not exclusively that of the rancheros; every man in town, dress like this when they have to ride a horse or go for a long ride.