Robert Harding

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1350-832 - Lucha Libre. Two spontaneous up to the ring to dace with the cholita Angela la Folclorista to celebrate the victory, Sports center La Ceja, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia
1350-846 - Lucha Libre. After the show. A follower is photographed with cholitas fighters. Down Julieta, Celia la Simpatica, and Dina with blue dress , cholitas females wrestlers ,Sports center La Ceja, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia
1350-826 - Detail of dresses and feet. At left Benita la Intocable , in the middle Angela la Folclorista, and at right Dina, cholitas females wrestlers, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia
1350-838 - Lucha Libre. Combat between Dina with orange skirt and Benita la Intocable , cholitas females wrestlers ,with referee in the middle, Sports center La Ceja, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia
1350-845 - Lucha Libre. After the show. A follower is photographed with cholitas fighters. At left Julieta, in the middle Celia la Simpatica, and Dina , cholitas females wrestlers ,Sports center La Ceja, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia
1350-831 - Lucha Libre.Two spontaneous up to the ring to help the cholita Angela la Folclorista during the combat again the wrestler called El Prisionero, Sports center La Ceja, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia
1350-825 - Detail of dresses and hands. At left Benita la Intocable , in the middle Angela la Folclorista, and at right Dina, cholitas females wrestlers, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia
1350-836 - Lucha Libre. Combat between Dina with orange skirt and Benita la Intocable , cholitas females wrestlers ,with referee, Sports center La Ceja, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia
832-384654 - Laguna Colorada with flamingos, 4.323 m altitude, border to Chile, Andes, Altiplano, Reserva Nacional de Fauna Andina Eduardo Abaroa, Departamento Potosi, Bolivia, South America
832-383729 - Indigenous women (chola, cholita) in typical national clothing (pollera, overskirt and scarf, manta) with typical hat (melon, bombin), Tihuanaku, Tiawanacu, Tiahuanaco, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ingavi Province, La Paz, Bolivia, South America