Ballet Folklorico Oro Lenca has a wide collection of costumes that belong to different folk traditions and several towns and regions of the country.
Folkloric traditions in Honduras are categorized in non-institutionalized, aboriginal, rural and urban groups, and refer to the material, social and spiritual expressions of our culture.
- Indigenous — Based on aboriginal traditions of indigenous peoples.
- Creole — Result of the miscegenation of the European people with the Indian in the mestizo race, representative of the inhabitants of the new world.
- Colonial — Colonial reminiscences by acculturation that have been assimilated without losing their traditional Spanish essence.
CriolloMestizo costume of the village of Guanjiniquil, Concepcion, Intibucá
Elmer Zelaya and Scarlet Galeas TostaMestizo costume of the village of Guanjiniquil, Concepcion, Intibucá
Xiomara Mercedes Orellana and Augusto Antonio NuñezMestizo costume of the Villa de Camasca, Intibucá
Xiomara Mercedes Orellana and Augusto Antonio Nuñez