South America Living

Photos & Video – Quebrada de Humahuaca in Argentina

Holding Watch Over the Tapestries in Humahuaca

Humahuaca is one of the four primary indigenous villages of the Quebrada de Humahuaca in Northwestern Argentina. In addition to Humahuaca, popular tourist destinations are Pumamarca, Tilcara and Iruya.

For more information on the area and about these towns read: Quebrada de Humahuaca in Argentina

Want to take an early morning stroll through the town center and see the cathedral – Catedral Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria – up close & personal?

 

Cerro de las Siete Colors (Hill of Seven Colors) and the Town of Pumamarca

Local Character at the Bus Terminal in Humahuaca

Pucará de Tilcara - Fortress Built Out of Stone For Shelter & Safety

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Photographs of Dog Watching Tapestry, Character at Bus Terminal & video by Molly McHugh, all rights reserved.




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