The project Menonos depicts the lifestyle and inner struggles of the Mennonite in their colonies in Eastern Bolivia. Mennonites are Christian Anabaptists who left Germany around the XVIth century, and have since been migrating from country to country in order to preserve their lifestyle. Throughout this migration they have always remained apart from the local population, and have preserved their ancestral way of life; refusing to use modern utilities likes cars, telephones or electricity, and maintaining a very humble and hard working existence.
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