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Feather and thread: Bolivia's National Ethnology and Folklore Museum
by Sara Shahriari
Indian Country Today Media Network Translate This Article
26 August 2012
On 26 August 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network reported:
There are almost 10 million people living in Bolivia. But within that relatively small population, which lives scattered from high Andean glaciers to the tropical Amazon, and from large cities to remote villages, is a tremendous diversity of peoples and cultures. The South American country is home to 36 indigenous groups recognized in its constitution. While Bolivia's National Museum of Ethnology and Folklore (MUSEF) does not focus exclusively on indigenous peoples, the fact that the majority of Bolivia's citizens self-identify as indigenous means most offerings revolve around both historic and modern indigenous cultures.
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