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Both persons are wearing the kind of dust coat which is typically seen in southern-american countries, like Argentina. Such a coat tends to hide gender features, but the artist made sure to give the shorter person the narrower waist of a woman. There is also a difference in the cut of the trousers.
Notice also the fine detail in the shoes.
There is one point that is worth some attention though : the presence of the zebra crossing. On rare occasions a pedestrian crossing is suggested with two dashed lines (e.g. The Gambia), but only exceptionally do we see the alternating bands of a zebra crossing. In fact, of the more than 150 countries in the collection, only four more, all in the eastern hemisphere, have a sign with zebra stripes (e.g. South Korea, Malaysia).