The “Circolo Amerindiano” Onlus and Centro Studi Americanistici was founded in 1977 in Perugia.
It is an association of both scholars and lovers of Americanist Studies, who are engaged in deepening knowledge of the cultures of the native peoples of the American Continent, “without limits of space and time” from the Tierra del Fuego to the Bering Strait, from the first traces of human settlements to contemporary society.
The activities of the Circle are oriented to the study and popularization of the Cultures of the Americas and, furthermore, offer the patrimony of the Museum collection for public fruition, 650 ethnographical pieces, reproductions for display and scale models, more than 8.000 volumes, pamphlets and other documents of its Library and the Audio and Video Documentation Center, with ten of thousands of pictures, slides, recordings and DVD videos.
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Centro di documentazione e ricerca Circolo Amerindiano. Abito tradizionale, huipil.
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