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Cristo Marchigüe
VI Region of Chile

Located locality to 77 km. to the west of San Fernando. This place stands out by its traditional crafts, expressed in wools, fibers and straws, excelling the works as sigal carpet, chupallas of teatina and wild straw, like frazadas and made blankets to loom, whose raw material it is crude wool, line in rustic bobbins.

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Updated: 26/02/2012
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