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Witches Market, La Paz, Bolivia : Stock Photo
Dried llama fetuses are stacked and strung together at the Witches Market in La Paz. The fetuses are bought by Bolivians and buried under the foundation of their homes for good luck and as an offering to Pachamama, the Aymaran/Incan goddess of Mother Earth.

Witches Market, La Paz, Bolivia

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John Coletti
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Dried llama fetuses are stacked and strung together at the Witches Market in La Paz. The fetuses are bought by Bolivians and buried under the foundation of their homes for good luck and as an offering to Pachamama, the Aymaran/Incan goddess of Mother Earth.
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