Brazil is a country that has a long tradition of craftsmanship, especially in the interior of the country and in the Amazonian area. Some of the most common items are figures carved in wood, stone or clay where the Christ the Redeemer and the Bahian women stand out, many of them in positions as if they were leaning out of the window. Brazilian crafts also have European influences, which is why it is also common to find embroideries and lace. These products can be purchased in many of the country's towns, especially those whose population is indigenous. One of the best places to buy a handmade souvenir, however, is Feira Hippie de Ipanema, where there is a great variety.