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* '''Fabrics and traditional textiles''' — Traditional Mayan blouses are known as ''huipiles'' (whi-peel) and skirts as ''cortes''. Be aware that these are almost always entirely handmade and prices for a high-end huipil may be as high as Q1000. There are also some fair trade options available to ensure that your purchase fairly benefits the indigenous communities that make the products. Trama Textiles and Y'abal Handicrafts[http://www.yabal-handicrafts.com] both have fair trade stores in Quetzaltenango.
 
* '''Fabrics and traditional textiles''' — Traditional Mayan blouses are known as ''huipiles'' (whi-peel) and skirts as ''cortes''. Be aware that these are almost always entirely handmade and prices for a high-end huipil may be as high as Q1000. There are also some fair trade options available to ensure that your purchase fairly benefits the indigenous communities that make the products. Trama Textiles and Y'abal Handicrafts[http://www.yabal-handicrafts.com] both have fair trade stores in Quetzaltenango.
  
* '''Jade''' — there is large jade working factory in Antigua, but it is a very course stone.
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* '''Jade''' — there is large jade working factory in Antigua, but it is course a very stone.
  
 
* '''Coffee''' — touted as one of the best-tasting varieties in the world
 
* '''Coffee''' — touted as one of the best-tasting varieties in the world

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