The indigenous market in Otavalo, Ecuador, is one of the largest and most famous in all of Latin America. Villagers from surrounding areas have been bringing their wares down from the hills for hundreds of years. Attracting tourists and locals alike, it is especially famous for its colorful weavings and textiles. But perhaps most wonderful is simply the dazzling array of colors and textures, and the faces of its people.
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