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Lenca Indians of Honduras
With a population estimated at 100,000 people, the Lencas are the largest indigenous group in Honduras. These Indians, who have occupied the territory since pre-Columbian times, mostly live in the mountains in the West of the country. In many villages, women still dress traditionally, all wearing brightly colored hand-woven scarves.
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