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1350-6608 - Mexican aztec dress gods at Grand Palladium White Sand Resort and Spa in Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, Caribbean Coast, Mexico. Aztec clothing was generally loose fitting and did not completely cover the body. When the Spanish arrived in Mexico, the people were surprised to see them in their full armour, with only their faces exposed. Aztec clothes were generally made of cotton (which was imported) or ayate fiber, made from the Maguey Cactus (also called the Century Plant or American Aloe). Women would weave the fibers into clothing, a task girls were taught as young teenagers. Because of their vast trading network, the Aztecs were able to make use of a beautiful array of dyes, creating the brilliant
1350-6595 - Mexican aztec dress gods at Grand Palladium White Sand Resort and Spa in Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, Caribbean Coast, Mexico. Aztec clothing was generally loose fitting and did not completely cover the body. When the Spanish arrived in Mexico, the people were surprised to see them in their full armour, with only their faces exposed. Aztec clothes were generally made of cotton (which was imported) or ayate fiber, made from the Maguey Cactus (also called the Century Plant or American Aloe). Women would weave the fibers into clothing, a task girls were taught as young teenagers. Because of their vast trading network, the Aztecs were able to make use of a beautiful array of dyes, creating the brilliant
1350-6651 - Wood structure of Venice Biennale 2012: New Forms in Wood display now at the city Hall Park at Turku. European capital of culture 2011 was held at 19th of August 2011. The pavilion was the result of a workshop that was a joint collaboration with the students from both Oulu and Columbia Universities. Eero Lundv�n and Markus Wikar were coordinating the student���s efforts in Finland. Guest lecturers at the opening ceremony included Phillip Anzalone (Columbia University) and professor Rainer Mahlamv�ki (University of Oulu). For panel discussion, also Emmi Keskisarja (Tampere University of Technology) and Toni v�sterlund (University of Oulu) were present.
1350-6520 - Portrait of a young beautiful caucasian woman in her 20´s with blue eyes wearing a hat and photographing with an old vintage camera on a tripod outdoor in a garden. Lifestyle concept.