Tomorrow, last day of the Uruapan Artisan Tianguis: IAM –

Uruapan, Michoacán. – Today and tomorrow artisans who participate in the Palm Sunday Artisan Tianguis in Uruapan, the largest in Latin America, will carry out the traditional barter to exchange their pieces and products, as announced by the Institute of the Michoacan Artisan (IAM) through a statement. It is a tradition that on the last two days of the market, the artisans exchange some of their pieces with other artisans or even with the population that visits them, who offer them new clothes, household waxes, among other things. The items that the population proposes to exchange by the citizens are new products in good condition, since the pieces that can be exchanged by the artisans are new pieces. This weekend, more than a thousand artisans remain in the squares of downtown Uruapan, since some have returned to their places of origin because they have already sold most of their merchandise, such as the towns of Zinapécuaro and Zipiajo and regions of the Coast. It was recorded that this year’s sales, on the part of artisans, have been very good for the entire craft sector.

Original source in Spanish

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