«The main source of inspiration for my business is my daughter, who I want to be the heir of my Mapuche culture”. Ana María Quiñenao
Souvenir of crafts and textiles, producing dolls and Mapuche clothes, respectively; elaborated based on both modern and ancestral techniques.
Ana Maria Quiñenao Coliman is a Mapuche entrepreneur belonging to the commune of Pucón, a lacustrine area of the Araucanía region, who is founder and director of «Lemun Antu: Crafts and Tradition», with 10 years of experience in the field.
Its main strategic networks are the Xikalay Zomo Foundation, Purruncal Workshop and the Mariano Millahual community.
Souvenirs of handicrafts and textiles, producing dolls and Mapuche clothing, respectively; elaborated on the basis of both modern and ancestral techniques.
To get there you must follow Pan-American Route 5 South, from Temuco to Freire and then by Route 199, passing through Villarrica until arriving at Pucón with a total travel time of 2 hours 15 min.