Craft Workshops, Santa Clara del Cobre
Craft Workshops, Santa Clara del Cobre
Craft Workshops, Santa Clara del Cobre
Craft Workshops, Santa Clara del Cobre
Craft Workshops, Santa Clara del Cobre
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Portal Juarez No. 167
Santa Clara del Cobre
Portal Juarez No. 167
Santa Clara del Cobre, Michoacán
A short steps from the Main Square
About Craft Workshops

Originally Santa Clara was inhabited by the Purépecha people, who discovered copper in the region and developed techniques to work it, in this town and its surroundings, the ancient natives of the region hammered copper to create utilitarian items, ornaments and zoomorphic bells , bezotes, earrings and other tools such as axes and knives. Today on Pino Suarez Street and Jose Maria Morelos Street you will find the most traditional workshops in the art of hammering and admire the skill of master craftsmen, as well as acquiring some of its artworks.

About Craft Workshops

Originally Santa Clara was inhabited by the Purépecha people, who discovered copper in the region and developed techniques to work it, in this town and its surroundings, the ancient natives of the region hammered copper to create utilitarian items, ornaments and zoomorphic bells , bezotes, earrings and other tools such as axes and knives. Today on Pino Suarez Street and Jose Maria Morelos Street you will find the most traditional workshops in the art of hammering and admire the skill of master craftsmen, as well as acquiring some of its artworks.

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