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Lenca craftmanship

Pottery craft is one of the most prominent features of Lenca culture. In western Honduras, Lenca people use the surrounding mountain red soil to create everyday objects entirely handmade. In the small village of La Campa, South of Gracias, Dona Desideria is an artist who works with the clay.

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Lenca craftmanship
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Pottery craft is one of the most prominent features of Lenca culture. In western Honduras, Lenca people use the surrounding mountain red soil to create everyday objects entirely handmade. In the small village of La Campa, South of Gracias, Dona Desideria is an artist who works with the clay.

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