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A Rebozo is a traditional Mexican garment that is not only used for carrying children, but also for carrying goods.

A Rebozo is a Mesoamerican scarf with a total length of 3 meters. Pattern, colours and weaving technique are regional characteristics. Indigenous peoples of Mexico used the Rebozo to wear their babies inside or to transport goods. It was also used during birth to support women with special techniques.