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Indigenous Art from Panamá

Panamá is a country of great natural beauty and fascinating indigenous cultures.  The Wounaan and Emberá tribes inhabit the verdant Darién Rainforest while the San Blas Islands (Kuna Yala) are home to the Kuna people.  The Ngobe-Bugle dwell in remote mountainous regions of the northwestern provinces.

The indigenous artisans of Panamá make and sell beautiful baskets, tagua nut carvings, molas and other tribal crafts. 

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Related Links:

Uniquely Panama - Beautiful Molas, Baskets and Tagua Carvings

Uniquely Panama Facebook - Information about Panamanian Art 

The Balboa Inn - Bed and Breakfast in Panama City

Rainforest Publications - Panama Nature Guides

Traditions Fair Trade - Store and Cafe, Olympia, WA

The Fair Trade Federation - Fair Trade Resources

Panama Audubon Society - Birding Information

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute - Panama Nature

Crossroads Trade - Ethnic Arts of the World

Little Mango Imports - Imported Textiles & Handicrafts 
 
 








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