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Why Many Panama Hat Weavers Can't Afford To Keep The Tradition Alive | Still Standing

Authentic panama hats are handwoven in Ecuador. The craft has sustained weavers in the small village of Puzhio for over a century, but many are now dropping the tradition and leaving the country to find more lucrative work. The weavers that remain worry the tradition will disappear from Puzhio completely.

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Why Many Panama Hat Weavers Can’t Afford To Keep The Tradition Alive | Still Standing

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