Guatemala, Solola Department, Santiago Atitlan, An older Mayan woman wears traditional dress, including a tocoyal or head wrap. They are a symbol of status and authority for a woman.Twenty-five years ago, many women there wore them, but because they are so expensive now, most women cannot afford them any more anymore. It is a piece of woven fabric about 40 feet long which is wrapped around the head.
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