Costumes from the departments of Guatemala

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Traditional clothes

DEPTO.SANTA TYPICAL PINK SUIT

The costume of Cuilapa musilina is made of white, short Bobach of underwear called back slit.

TYPICAL COSTUME DEPT. Chiquimula

COSTUME DEPT. Izabal

Although the dept. Izabal not have a costume Maya, Garifuna its surroundings have a dress that distinguishes their dresses in various colors with your cloth on the head makes this dress is typical of that region.

TYPICAL COSTUME DEPT. Peten Itza

The costume of the community is white blanket which signifies purity and closeness to the supreme being, and so with respect to the blouse, described in their embroideries, our offspring relationship with nature, we can see the stripes embroidered black carrying the blouses in the neck some are on the sleeves, which are always highlighted the figures of animals or other natural element blank, which is formed by the black background embroidery being the figure that you want to have no embroider. The embroidery must be in cash or crosshead.

Depto. ZacapaTYPICAL COSTUME JALAPA

. Tecoyal: (Identify a married woman) consists of a strip of red and black wool that is twisted into the hair.

. Shirt: is made from floral fabric, trimmed with lace at the sleeves and neck.

. Nagua: skirt fabric is a mottled, brought from the West.

. Girdle: is used as a belt, made of colored wool and measures approximately 10 inches wide or less.

. Covering: fabric is made with white Dacron, its banks are adorned with lace, the sides are adorned with two bands: a red and a blue embroidered or allude to nature.

TYPICAL COSTUME DEPT. DE COATEPEQUE

Although Coatepeque not own a suit like the ancient Maya, her dress is gorgeous, made of white cotton fabric, with headdresses on the front and bottom trim can be butterflies, fruit, etc.

Typical food in Guatemala

Guatemala has a wide variety of typical foods because it is a multicultural country. Among them are:

Depto. Guatemala:

Atole corn, tamales chipilin, chuchitos, toasted

Depto. Sacatepequez Antigua Guatemala:

Rolled, Pepi, piloyada

 

Depto. Chimaltenango:

G”uisquil chilaquiles, climb-ik

 

Depto. Quetzaltenango:

Paches, fruit juice, rice dumplings

 

Depto. Izabal:

Sweet potato bread and coconut, covered

 

Depto. Alta Verapaz:

Saquic Kackik

 

Depto. Baja Verapaz:

White beans, rice and celery

 

Depto. In Progress:

Flor izote chicken stew

 

Depto. Chiquimula:

Loroco empanadas, yuca with pork rinds

 

Depto. Jutiapa:

Gallo chicha, marquesote

 

Depto. Jalapa:

Pulique, quezadilla

 

Depto. Zacapa:

Seafood Soup

Depto. San Marcos:

Plantain mole, turkey mole