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January 11, 2015
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" dances as she takes part in the annual Thousand...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" dances as she takes part in the annual Thousand...
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" dances as she takes part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTR4KVA3
January 11, 2015
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" dances as she takes part in the annual Thousand...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" dances as she takes part in the annual Thousand...
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" dances as she takes part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTR4KVA2
January 11, 2015
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade...
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA-CULTURE/
RTR4KVA1
January 11, 2015
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" are seen ready to take part in the annual Thousand...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" are seen ready to take part in the annual Thousand...
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" are seen ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA-CULTURE/
RTR4KV9Y
January 11, 2015
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" stands as she waits to take part in the annual...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" stands as she waits to take part in the annual...
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" stands as she waits to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTR4KV9W
January 11, 2015
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" get ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" get ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras...
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" get ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA-CULTURE/
RTR4KV9S
January 11, 2015
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" get ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" get ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras...
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" get ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTR4KV9K
January 11, 2015
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade...
Women wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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January 11, 2015
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" (C) is seen during the annual Thousand Polleras...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" (C) is seen during the annual Thousand Polleras...
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" (C) is seen during the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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January 11, 2015
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" rests as she gets ready to take part in the annual...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" rests as she gets ready to take part in the annual...
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" rests as she gets ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTR4KV8X
January 11, 2015
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" rests as she gets ready to take part in the annual...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" rests as she gets ready to take part in the annual...
A woman wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" rests as she gets ready to take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTR4KV8V
January 11, 2015
A woman wears golden jewelry, part of the traditional clothing known as "Pollera", before the annual...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Woman wears golden jewelry, part of the traditional clothing known as "Pollera", before the annual Thousand...
A woman wears golden jewelry, part of the traditional clothing known as "Pollera", before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA-CULTURE/
RTR4KV8L
January 11, 2015
A woman is helped with adorning her hair with jewelry, part of the traditional clothing known as "Pollera",...
Las Tablas City, Panama
Woman is helped with adorning her hair with jewelry, part of the traditional clothing known as "Pollera",...
A woman is helped with adorning her hair with jewelry, part of the traditional clothing known as "Pollera", before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 10, 2015. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXZC02
May 06, 2013
Michelle Barrios (front centre), 8, in a traditional dress known as Pollera, is seen after winning the...
Panama City, Panama
Barrios is seen after winning the juvenile category during the National Pollera Contest at the National...
Michelle Barrios (front centre), 8, in a traditional dress known as Pollera, is seen after winning the juvenile category during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXZBZY
May 06, 2013
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National...
Panama City, Panama
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National...
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 06, 2013
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, performs during the National Pollera Contest...
Panama City, Panama
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, performs during the National Pollera Contest...
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, performs during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTXZBZS
May 06, 2013
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National...
Panama City, Panama
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National...
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTXZBZO
May 06, 2013
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National...
Panama City, Panama
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National...
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTXZBZL
May 06, 2013
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National...
Panama City, Panama
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National...
Participants wearing traditional dresses known as Pollera wait backstage for their turn during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXZBZK
May 06, 2013
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, waits backstage for her turn to perform during...
Panama City, Panama
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, waits backstage for her turn to perform during...
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, waits backstage for her turn to perform during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXZBZJ
May 06, 2013
Michelle Barrios, 8, a participant is seen from backstage, in a traditional dress known as Pollera, during...
Panama City, Panama
Barrios, participates in the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City
Michelle Barrios, 8, a participant is seen from backstage, in a traditional dress known as Pollera, during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. Barrios won the juvenile category. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 06, 2013
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, chats with other competitors as they wait for...
Panama City, Panama
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, chats with other competitors as they wait for...
A participant wearing traditional dress known as Pollera, chats with other competitors as they wait for their turn backstage during the National Pollera Contest at the National Theater in Panama City May 5, 2013. The Pollera contest aims to conserve the traditional dress of Panama. The Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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January 13, 2013
A woman is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she takes part in the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Woman is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she takes part in the annual Thousand...
A woman is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she takes part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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January 13, 2013
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she looks at the annual Thousand Polleras...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she looks at the annual Thousand Polleras...
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she looks at the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDFU
January 13, 2013
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand...
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDFT
January 13, 2013
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand...
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDFO
January 13, 2013
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand...
Women are seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as they take part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDFI
January 13, 2013
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she takes part in the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she takes part in the annual Thousand...
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" as she takes part in the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDF8
January 13, 2013
Women are seen inside a house wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" before the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Women are seen inside a house wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" before the annual Thousand...
Women are seen inside a house wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDF0
January 13, 2013
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" inside a beauty salon as she is helped...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" inside a beauty salon before the annual...
A girl is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" inside a beauty salon as she is helped by women before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDEZ
January 13, 2013
A woman is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" inside a house before the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A woman is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" inside a house before the annual Thousand...
A woman is seen wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" inside a house before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDEX
January 13, 2013
Women are seen in a local video shop wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" before the annual...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Women are seen in a local video shop wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" before the annual...
Women are seen in a local video shop wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDEU
January 13, 2013
A woman is reflected in a mirror wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" before the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A woman is reflected in a mirror wearing traditional clothing known as Pollera before the annual Thousand...
A woman is reflected in a mirror wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDET
January 13, 2013
A woman sits wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" at her house before the annual Thousand...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A woman sits wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" at her house before the annual Thousand...
A woman sits wearing traditional clothing known as "Pollera" at her house before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3CDES
January 13, 2013
Logia Elena, 22, is helped by her mother into traditional clothing, known as 'Pollera', before the annual...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Logia Elena, 22, is helped by her mother into traditional clothing, known as 'Pollera', before the annual...
Logia Elena, 22, is helped by her mother into traditional clothing, known as 'Pollera', before the annual Thousand Polleras parade in Las Tablas, in the province of Los Santos, January 12, 2013. According to local residents, the Pollera dates back to the 18th century and was worn by the Spanish lower classes. Today, it has become the Panamanian national costume. The dress is made entirely by hand and the jewellery worn is pure gold and worth thousands of dollars. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 06, 2011
Dancers from the "Pollera Colorada" group perform during a parade at the Barranquilla's carnival in Colombia...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Dancers from the "Pollera Colorada" group perform during a parade at the Barranquilla's carnival in Colombia...
Dancers from the "Pollera Colorada" group perform during a parade at the Barranquilla's carnival in Colombia March 5, 2011. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
COLOMBIA/
RTR2JI2L
March 06, 2011
Dancers from the "Pollera Colorada" group perform during a parade at the Barranquilla's carnival in Colombia...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Dancers from the "Pollera Colorada" group perform during a parade at the Barranquilla's carnival in Colombia...
Dancers from the "Pollera Colorada" group perform during a parade at the Barranquilla's carnival in Colombia March 5, 2011. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXUBG7
November 07, 2010
Women take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Women take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas
Women take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional parade takes place every year and women dressed in pollera dance through the streets. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXUBG2
November 07, 2010
Women dance as they take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6,...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
Women dance as they take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas
Women dance as they take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional parade takes place every year and women dressed in pollera dance through the streets. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXUBG1
November 07, 2010
A woman is helped with her hair piece called the Tembleque before taking part in a parade of pollera...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A woman is helped with her hair piece called the Tembleque before taking part in a parade of pollera...
A woman is helped with her hair piece called the Tembleque before taking part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional parade takes place every year and women dressed in pollera dance through the streets. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXUBFX
November 07, 2010
A child takes part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A child takes part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas
A child takes part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional parade takes place every year and women dressed in pollera dance through the streets. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTXUBFT
November 07, 2010
A woman and a child take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6,...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A woman and a child take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas
A woman and a child take part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional parade takes place every year and women dressed in pollera dance through the streets. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PANAMA/
RTXUBFM
November 07, 2010
A child takes part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional...
LAS TABLAS, Panama
A child takes part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas
A child takes part in a parade of pollera costumes in the City of Las Tablas, November 6, 2010. The traditional parade takes place every year and women dressed in a pollera dance through the streets. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
COLOMBIA/
RTR24BSF
June 05, 2009
A "Pollera" spider (Pamphobeteus sp) is seen in a wooded area in a new section of the Explora park in...
Medellin, Colombia
A "Pollera" spider is seen in a wooded area a new section in the Explora park in Medellin
A "Pollera" spider (Pamphobeteus sp) is seen in a wooded area in a new section of the Explora park in Medellin June 4, 2009. Picture taken on June 4, 2009. REUTERS/Fredy Amariles (COLOMBIA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTOU
March 23, 2007
A customer visits designer Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women...
La Paz, Bolivia
A customer visits designer Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz
A customer visits designer Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken in March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTNZ
March 23, 2007
A customer and a model are seen at the atelier of Veronica Diaz in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's...
La Paz, Bolivia
A customer and a model are seen at the atelier of Veronica Diaz in La Paz
A customer and a model are seen at the atelier of Veronica Diaz in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTNW
March 23, 2007
Customers browse at designer Veronica Diaz' atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women...
La Paz, Bolivia
Customers browse at designer Veronica Diaz' atelier in La Paz
Customers browse at designer Veronica Diaz' atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLZ
March 23, 2007
A Bolivian vendor shows her products in El Alto outskirts of La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian vendor shows her products in El Alto outskirts of La Paz
A Bolivian vendor shows her products in El Alto outskirts of La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLX
March 23, 2007
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model is seen in an atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007....
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian "Chola" model is seen in atelier in La Paz
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model is seen in an atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken in March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLW
March 23, 2007
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz (R) holds a piece at her atelier while a model looks on, in La Paz, March...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz holds a piece at her atelier while a model looks on, in La Paz
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz (R) holds a piece at her atelier while a model looks on, in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken in March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLT
March 23, 2007
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model wears traditional clothes in La Paz, March 18, 2007....
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian "Chola" models in atelier in La Paz
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model wears traditional clothes in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLG
March 23, 2007
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's...
La Paz, Bolivia
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in Paz
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTL8
March 23, 2007
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz, March...
La Paz, Bolivia
A Bolivian "Chola" model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTKY
March 23, 2007
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTKV
March 23, 2007
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's...
La Paz, Bolivia
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
PANAMA
RTRFL5G
June 26, 2005
Panamanian dressed in their traditional clothes dance at a celebration of culture day in Panama City,...
Panama, Panama
Panamanian celebrate culture day in Panama City.
Panamanian dressed in their traditional clothes dance at a celebration of culture day in Panama City, Panama, June 26, 2005. One thousand dancers wearing Polleras and Montunos paraded through one of Panama's main avenues. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe AL/KS
PANAMA
RTRFL56
June 26, 2005
Panamanian dressed in their traditional clothes dance at a celebration of culture day in Panama City,...
Panama, Panama
Panamanian celebrate culture day in Panama City.
Panamanian dressed in their traditional clothes dance at a celebration of culture day in Panama City, Panama, June 26, 2005. One thousand dancers wearing Polleras and Montunos paraded through one of Panama's main avenues. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe AL/KS
PANAMA
RTRFFIC
December 15, 2002
Panamanian dancers celebrate the Christmas holiday season wearing
traditional clothes called polleras...
Panama, Panama - Republic of
PANAMANIANS WEAR TRADITIONAL CLOTHES IN HOLIDAY CELEBRATION.
Panamanian dancers celebrate the Christmas holiday season wearing
traditional clothes called polleras in Panama City, Panama, December
15, 2002. Polleras originates from the Azuero Peninsular in central
Panama. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe

AL
RTRH1IJ
September 07, 1998
Panamanian dancers wearing the "Polleras" traditional costumes made of linen perform in front of the...
Portugal
PANAMA TRADITIONAL DANCERS PERFORM AT EXPO 98 WORLD'S FAIR.
Panamanian dancers wearing the "Polleras" traditional costumes made of linen perform in front of the Panama pavilion at Expo 98 in Lisbon September 7. Panama is celebrating their honour day today at the World's Fair.

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