Honduras Tips - - SAN PEDRO SULA -

Ex­po­ne cua­dros pin­ta­dos a mano, jo­ye­ría, ar­te­sa­nía Len­ca y Ga­rí­fu­na y pe­que­ños re­cuer­dos pa­ra lle­var a ca­sa.

Ex­hi­bits hand­ma­de pain­tings, je­welry, Len­ca and Ga­rí­fu­na crafts, and small sou­ve­nirs to ta­ke home. In one of the ol­dest neigh­bor­hoods in San Pe­dro Su­la, woo­den, ado­be and brick hou­ses ta­ke you back to the ti­mes of strong in­fluen­ce of the ba­na­na com­pa­nies in the re­gion, and in the midd­le of it all, the mar­ket built in the early 70’s main­tains its dy­na­mic ar­chi­tec­tu­ral de­sign. It is one of the most re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ve tou­rist si­tes of the city. Along with flo­wers and food, the mar­ket has an ex­tra­or­di­nary ran­ge of wood, clay, and na­tu­ral tex­ti­le crafts for tou­rists that vi­sit the Crafts Pa­vi­lion daily. Ba­rrio

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