A young Malagasy boy plays with his homemade toy outside his home,a typical Betsileo double-storied house of the southern highlands of Madagascar.
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- Women pound corn beside a typical double-storied house of the Betsileo people in the Southern Highlands of Madagascar.
- Malagasy woman pound corn in traditional wooden pestles and mortars outside a typical Betsileo double-storied house of the southern highlands of Madagascar.
- Children climb the outside ladder to the top floor of a typical double-storied house of the Betsileo people in the Southern Highlands of Madagascar.
- A man peeps out of the top window of a typical double-storied house of the Betsileo people in the Southern Highlands of Madagascar. The bright-red walls are the colour of the earth.
- An attractive Betsileo village near Ambalavao,Madagascar
- An attractive Betsileo village and church near Ambalavao,Madagascar
- An old double-storied house with typical highland architecture near Ambalavao. Maize cobs have been hung from the balcony to dry.
- A Malagasy girl with maize cobs hanging to dry from the balcony of a typical Betsileo double-storied house,Madagascar.
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- An attractive Malagasy home of the Betsileo people who live southwest of the capital, Antananarivo.Most houses built by the Betsileo are double storied with kitchens and living quarters located on the first floor.Livestock is often kept in the ground floor of a house overnight.
- Betsileo villages set amidst hill country in the southern highlands of Madagascar.
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