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Pech Village
In Honduras, the Río Patuca, the second largest river of Central America, connects the Caribbean coast to the heart of the little-known forest of La Mosquitia. Throughout history, Indian communities - the Tawakha, the Miskitos, and the Pech - settled on the banks of this vital artery, with the river and the forest on the horizon.
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