The craftsmanship of the tri-national region is rich in diversity, reflecting the history and culture of Cities Brazilian, Paraguayan and Argentine forming region. The products are a true mirror of the tourist attractions and the trajectory of the colonizers, especially the Guarani Indians.The crafts are produced by Indians and local artisans who sell their work in specialized houses, streets and fairs. Are mats, bags, necklaces, clothes, hats, networks, tools for hunting and fishing, among other objects.The main craft shops of Foz do Iguaçu is the Cooperative Handicraft Western Region and Southwest of Paraná (Coart) Chocolate and domesticated. You can also buy these works the streets and avenues of Ciuda del Este (Paraguay) and Puerto Iguazú (Argentina). In Paraguay, especially flasks deterere, harps and folk music.Created by Itaipu in 1978, Coart has more than 80 members, offering hundreds of pieces of pottery, wicker, porcelain, glass, recyclable material and couche. For those who prefer to look at the craftsmanship that chronicles the history of the region, the Itaipu Eco-museum is a good tip. It houses objects with more than three thousand years found in excavations in the triple border.