Ethiopia, Harar. Black kites swoop for scraps of meat in the Harar Muslim meat market.
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- Ethiopia, Harar. A woman walks past a butcher in the Harar Muslim meat market.
- Ethiopia, Harar. A butcher and his son in their shop in Harar's Muslim meat market.
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- The impressive Shewa Gate is one of the seven entrances to the medieval walled city of Harar. Once an independent city-state dating back to the early 16th century,Harar was incorporated into the Ethiopian Empire in 1887. It is considered sacred in the Muslim world. Its citizens have their own language,customs and crafts.
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