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.
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Voyage pittoresque et archéologique dans la partie la plus intéressante du Mexique by Carl Nebel. Published 1836.
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.