Chile | Studio portrait of a young Mapuche woman posed in front of a painted background of an outdoor scene; she wears a medella (coin-chain headdress), quipan (a square cloth, wrapped around the body), ikulla (shawl) or manta (blanket), chaway (earrings), tupu (clothes pin), trapelakucha (pectoral pendant) | ca. 1890. Traiguen, Araucania
In the South Chile, the weather is harsh and cold compared to the rest of the tropical country. The Quillangos is a cloak that is wrapped around the body for warmth and made often from guanaco, a type of camel.