In this image you see a female Mapuche member playing the kultrun, a traditional drum. This Mapuche member is called a 'Machi' and is a traditional healer and religious leader who plays a significant role within the Mapuche culture. The Mapuches are natives of Chile and Argentinia and have been around since 500 BC.
On the right you see a detail of the Uros people that live on their self-fashioned floating islands in Lake Titicaca in Peru. This special community construct their own islands, houses and boats entirely with totora reeds, that grow in the lake.
On the mountains in the background you see the coffee plantation of Colombia, often called 'the Coffee Triangle'. It's the most importation coffee plantation of this country and some say it's the finest coffee in the world.
In the back there's a glimpse of a statue that you can find in the National Museum of Anthropology, which is the largest and most visited museum in Mexico. This statue is a solar disc with a portrait of the God of Death, and it originates from the ancient Mesoamerican city 'Teotihuacan'.