Nikodémné Fülöp Éva

Nikodémné Fülöp Éva

Nikodémné Fülöp Éva
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Etnia Piaroa, Venezuela

Etnia Piaroa, Venezuela

Piaroa Indian Village, Puerto Ayachucho, Venezuela  - photo by Janet Browning - Hands Around the World

Piaroa Indian Village, Puerto Ayachucho, Venezuela - photo by Janet Browning - Hands Around the World

This is Orlando, an awesome young lad from the Piaroa tribe of southern Venezuela holding up a small snack that he caught in the forest near his home. The Goliath tarantula is the biggest spider in the world. He barbecued it over a fire and it tasted kind of similar to crab

This is Orlando, an awesome young lad from the Piaroa tribe of southern Venezuela holding up a small snack that he caught in the forest near his home. The Goliath tarantula is the biggest spider in the world. He barbecued it over a fire and it tasted kind of similar to crab

Venezuela/  Piaroa

Venezuela/ Piaroa

piaroa tribe

piaroa tribe

ANTROPOLOGÍA Y ECOLOGÍA UPEL: Cultura  Piaroa (Wóthuha)

ANTROPOLOGÍA Y ECOLOGÍA UPEL: Cultura Piaroa (Wóthuha)

PIAROA Figure ~ DE'ARUWA VENEZUELAN AMAZON  WARTIME FIGURE

PIAROA Figure ~ DE'ARUWA VENEZUELAN AMAZON WARTIME FIGURE

Piaroa-- are an indigenous people of the middle Orinoco Basin in present-day Venezuela, living in an area equivalent to the size of Belgium, roughly circumscribed by the Parguaza (north), the Ventuari (south-east), the Manapiare (north-east) and the right bank of the Orinoco (west). Their present-day population is of about 14,000 (INE 2002) , with some 500 living on the left bank of the Orinoco River, in Colombia, in several reservations between the Vichada (north) and the Guaviare (south).

Piaroa-- are an indigenous people of the middle Orinoco Basin in present-day Venezuela, living in an area equivalent to the size of Belgium, roughly circumscribed by the Parguaza (north), the Ventuari (south-east), the Manapiare (north-east) and the right bank of the Orinoco (west). Their present-day population is of about 14,000 (INE 2002) , with some 500 living on the left bank of the Orinoco River, in Colombia, in several reservations between the Vichada (north) and the Guaviare (south).

Piaroa Shaman's Medicine Necklace Used For Ceremonies Original Authentic Venezuela Collectable Rare by EthosEthnicArt on Etsy

Piaroa Shaman's Medicine Necklace Used For Ceremonies Original Authentic Venezuela Collectable Rare by EthosEthnicArt on Etsy

#Churuatas, es una vivienda colectiva propia de los pueblos panare y piaroa, ubicados al sur del #Orinoco estado #Amazonas.

#Churuatas, es una vivienda colectiva propia de los pueblos panare y piaroa, ubicados al sur del #Orinoco estado #Amazonas.