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Sebastiana, who’s been in La Paz for 20 years, was raised in Macha. She told us that her hometown is famous for “Tinku,” a kind of ritual combat. While Tinku has since been transformed into a very popular Bolivian folkdance, its mano-a-mano, Fight Club form still persists in certain districts.

Charcas Frazada

$220.00 WAS $320.00
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Destination: La Paz, Bolivia

We bought this frazada, or “blanket”, from Sebastiana Calani Varges, who told us that it comes from Sucre. “Charcas” is one of four names for the city officially known as Sucre, which is the constitutional—not to be confused with the de facto—capital of Bolivia.


At Bly we’re always fascinated by the procession of names given to places over the course of their history. Originally known as “Charcas,” after the indigenous Charca people, who’ve lived in the region since ancien... Read More

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4.5 x 4.8 ft

$220.00 WAS $320.00
Sold Out!
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