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    Mali,Dogon Country,Koundu. A small settlement built among rocks near the Dogon village of Koundu. Dwellings have flat roofs while granaries to store millet have pitched thatched roofs. The Dogon are animists. The sacred earthen mound on the right with an ostrich egg on top is an altar used for sacrifices by the village hogon or priest to appease the ancestors and purify the village.

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  • 862-03364192

    Mali,Dogon Country,Koundu. The attractive Dogon village of Koundu built among rocks beneath a sandstone cliff of the 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. Dwellings have flat roofs while the numerous granaries to store millet have pitched thatched roofs.

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  • 862-03364197

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. The typical Dogon village of Tereli situated among rocks at the base of the 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. Dwellings have flat roofs while granaries to store millet have pitched thatched roofs.

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  • 862-03364196

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Granaries at Tereli - a typical Dogon village at the base of the 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment.

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  • 862-03364177

    Mali,Dogon Country. The attractive Dogon village of Songho on top of the Bandiagara escarpment. Dwellings have flat roofs while the square granaries have pitched thatched roofs.

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  • 862-03364191

    Mali,Dogon Country,Banani. Part of the Dogon village of Banani situated at the foot of the 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The Dogon’s burial caves are sited in the almost inaccessible sheer sandstone cliffs behind the village. The caves were originally used by the Tellem who were driven out by the Dogon in the fifteenth century.

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  • 862-03364189

    Mali,Dogon Country,Banani. Attractive Dogon villages built among cliffs and rocks at the foot of the 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. Recent development has taken place on top of the escarpment.

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  • 862-03364176

    Mali,Dogon Country. An attractive Dogon village on top of the Bandiagara escarpment. Dwellings have flat roofs while the square granaries have pitched thatched roofs.

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  • 862-03364175

    Mali,Dogon Country. An attractive Dogon village on top of the Bandiagara escarpment. The toguna or men’s meeting house is the domed-shaped building on the skyline with dried grass on the roof. Dwellings have flat roofs while the square granaries have pitched thatched roofs.

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  • 862-03364194

    Mali,Dogon Country,Koundu. The women of the Dogon village of Koundu pound their millet communally on a large flat rock near their village.

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  • 862-03364190

    Mali,Dogon Country,Banani. Burial caves of the Dogon near Banani in almost inaccessible sandstone cliffs of the 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The caves were originally used by the Tellem who were driven out by the Dogon in the fifteenth century.

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  • 862-03364185

    Mali,Dogon Country. A traditional Dogon house with its walls covered with fetishes at Sangha,an attractive Dogon village built among rocks on top of the Bandiagara escarpment.

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  • 862-03364183

    Mali,Dogon Country. A scene near Sangha,an attractive Dogon village built among rocks on top of the Bandiagara escarpment. The men's meeting house,or Toguna,is on the skyline.

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  • 862-03364178

    Mali,Dogon Country. A decorated cave wall at the attractive Dogon village of Songho on top of the Bandiagara escarpment. The circumcision of boys takes place here each year after which the initiates draw pictures or patterns of their choice on the wall using natural pigments.

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  • 862-03364187

    Mali,Dogon Country. A finely carved old Dogon door of a traditional house at Sangha,an attractive Dogon village built among rocks on top of the Bandiagara escarpment.

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  • 862-03364186

    Mali,Dogon Country. A finely carved old Dogon door of a traditional house at Sangha,an attractive Dogon village built among rocks on top of the Bandiagara escarpment.

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  • 862-03364184

    Mali,Dogon Country. A traditional Dogon house with a finely carved door at Sangha,an attractive Dogon village built among rocks on top of the Bandiagara escarpment.

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  • 862-03437228

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A masked dancer wearing coconut shell breasts performs at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364216

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A masked dancer performs at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364215

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A masked dancer performs at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364214

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked dancers wearing the buffalo mask performs at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364213

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A masked dancer performs at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364212

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked dancers wearing the satimbe mask perform at the Dogon village of Tereli. This mask honours the primordial woman who is said to have discovered the original Dogon masks. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364211

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked dancers wearing the satimbe mask perform at the Dogon village of Tereli. This mask honours the primordial woman who is said to have discovered the original Dogon masks. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364210

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A masked dancer wearing coconut shells as breasts performs at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364209

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A masked dancer leaps high in the air at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364208

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A masked dancer performs at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364207

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked stilt dancers wearing coconut shells as breasts rest on a high wall at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364206

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked stilt dancers wearing coconut shells as breasts perform at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364205

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked stilt dancers wearing coconut shells as breasts perform at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364204

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked stilt dancers wearing coconut shells as breasts perform at the Dogon village of Tereli. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364203

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. The piercing eyes of a masked dancer wearing the fifteen-foot-high Sirige mask at the Dogon village of Tereli which is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364202

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked dancers wearing the fifteen-foot-high Sirige mask and stilt dancers perform at the Dogon village of Tereli which is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is staged at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364201

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A masked dancer wearing the fifteen-foot-high Sirige mask gyrates at the Dogon village of Tereli which is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is performed at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364200

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. Masked dancers leap in the air at the Dogon village of Tereli which is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is performed at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364199

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. A mask dance at the Dogon village of Tereli which is situated among rocks at the base of the spectacular 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment. The mask dance is performed at funeral ceremonies to appease the dead and speed them on their way to the ancestral world.

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  • 862-03364198

    Mali,Dogon Country,Tereli. The village elders of Tereli in traditional indigo dress wait for the start of a mask dance. Tereli is situated among rocks at the base of the 120-mile-long Bandiagara escarpment.

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  • 862-03364188

    Mali,Dogon Country. Children gather at the entrance to Bongo tunnel which is a natural rock formation near Sangha,an attractive Dogon village built among rocks on top of the Bandiagara escarpment.

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  • 862-03364182

    Mali,Dogon Country,Sangha. A young man dressed in traditional Dogon attire. The unusual hat is peculiar to the Dogon people.

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  • 862-03364181

    Mali,Dogon Country,Sangha. A woman returns home from washing clothes in a nearby river with her child slung on her back and a large metal bowl on her head.

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  • 862-03364180

    Mali,Dogon Country. An old man,prayer beads in hand,rests near the mosque at Songho.

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  • 862-03364179

    Mali,Dogon Country. An old man operates a narrow loom at Songho,an attractive Dogon village on top of the Bandiagara escarpment. Mali is Africa’s second largest producer of cotton.

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  • 862-03364154

    Mali,Mopti. A Bobo man beside his millet granary at a Bobo village near Mopti. The small community of Bobo people is Christian.

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  • 862-03888784

    Girls and boys of Kundou. Dogon country, Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03364195

    Mali,Dogon Country. Dogon women carry their farm produce to the small but popular weekly market at Tereli.

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  • 862-03364153

    Mali,Mopti. A cluster of fine millet granaries at a Bobo village near Mopti. The small community of Bobo people is Christian.

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  • 700-08169171

    Talisman watching over millet drying on courtyard of local witch doctor, near Gaoua, Poni Province, Burkina Faso

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  • 862-03888799

    Market in front of the Djenee mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mali, West Africa

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    Market in front of the Djenee mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03888797

    A grocery at Djenee, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03888781

    Old men at the Case a Palabres (Court House) in Sangha. Dogon Country, Mali, West Africa

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  • 400-06388316

    The Dogon are best known for their mythology, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.

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    Granaries in a Dogon village, Mali (Africa). The Dogon are best known for their mythology, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.

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  • 400-06076338

    Granaries in a Dogon village, Mali (Africa). The Dogon are best known for their mythology, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.

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  • 400-06073306

    Granaries in a Dogon village, Mali (Africa). The Dogon are best known for their mythology, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.

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  • 400-05915070

    Granaries in a Dogon village, Mali (Africa). The Dogon are best known for their mythology, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.

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  • 400-06099431

    Granaries in a Dogon village, Mali (Africa). The Dogon are best known for their mythology, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.

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  • 400-05721342

    Granaries in a Dogon village, Mali (Africa). The Dogon are best known for their mythology, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.

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  • 400-05721341

    Granaries in a Dogon village, Mali (Africa). The Dogon are best known for their mythology, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.

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  • 700-08169183

    Reed bundles in front of house, near Banfora, Comoe Province, Burkina Faso

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  • 700-08169182

    Courtyard with houses in village with pig walking by, near Gaoua, Poni Province, Burkina Faso

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  • 700-08171611

    Houses and provision containers made of loam in ancient (19 century) village on mountain, Petit Pays Dogon, Dogon Country, Burkina Faso

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  • 862-03888793

    House of Djenee, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03888792

    Man at the Djenee mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03888790

    Boy walking along the Sankore mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Timbuktu, Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03888782

    Old men at the Case a Palabres (Court House) in Banani. Dogon Country, Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03736918

    Mali, Promani village, near Djenne. Villagers pause beside a small mud brick granary in which they keep surplus food stores.

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  • 862-03364106

    A Dogon woman stands in the doorway of a traditional adobe house in the village of Ende

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  • 700-08169184

    Courtyard in village with reed bundles, chickens, and a bike, near Banfora, Comoe Province, Burkina Faso

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  • 700-08169172

    House and provision huts with barrels, metal basins and a pig in yard, near Gaoua, Poni Provnice, Burkina Faso

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  • 700-08169170

    Portrait of cow in stone, stable with bucket, near Gaoua, Poni Province, Burkina Faso

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  • 700-08171606

    Drying clothes on fire wood at community with provision sheds, near Banfora, Brukina Faso

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  • 862-07496282

    Unity State, South Sudan. The landscape phtographed from the air.

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  • 862-07496281

    Unity State, South Sudan. The landscape phtographed from the air.

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  • 862-03437235

    Mali,Niger Inland Delta. An attractive mosque built in Sudan-style architecture at a small village on the banks of the Niger River north of Mopti.

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  • 862-03437230

    Mali,Mopti. Two men chatting outside Mopti mosque after afternoon prayers. This fine Sudan-style mosque was built in 1935 and recently repaired to its former condition.

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  • 862-03888783

    A beautiful carved door of the Dogon Country. Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03888780

    A decorated escarpment at the Dogon village of Songho. Magic symbols spread the wall where circumcision of boys takes place each year. Dogon Country, Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03888779

    A decorated escarpment at the Dogon village of Songho. Magic symbols spread the wall where circumcision of boys takes place each year. Dogon Country, Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03888778

    A decorated escarpment at the Dogon village of Songho. Magic symbols spread the wall where circumcision of boys takes place each year. Dogon Country, Mali, West Africa

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  • 862-03820401

    A fine view from the western scarp of the Abyssinian Rift, just south of Debre Sina where the accumulated layers of basaltic lavas and tuffs lie 3,000 feet thick. The western scarp in this region rises to over 11,000 feet above sea level

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  • 862-03736926

    Mali, Bandiagara Escarpment, Songho. A view of Songho village in 'Dogon Country' amidst the outlying cliffs of Bandiagara.

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  • 862-03355043

    Tunisia,Jebel Abiadh. A local man rests by the main entrance to the now little-used ksar,or fortified granary at Ezzahra.

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  • 862-03355042

    Tunisia,Jebel Abiadh. This restored ksar,or fortified granary,is amongst Tunisia's finest examples of this type of architecture. Hundreds of ghorfas,or storage cells,traditionally faced with palm wood doors enclose the main courtyard.

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  • 862-03355041

    Tunisia,Jebel Abiadh. This restored ksar,or fortified granary,is amongst Tunisia's finest examples of this type of architecture. Hundreds of ghorfas,or storage cells,are reached by protruding steps.

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  • 862-03355040

    Tunisia,Jebel Abiadh. This restored ksar,or fortified granary,is amongst Tunisia's finest examples of this type of architecture. Hundreds of ghorfas,or storage cells,traditionally faced with palm wood doors.

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  • 862-03355039

    Tunisia,Jebel Abiadh. This restored ksar,or fortified granary,is amongst Tunisia's finest examples of this type of architecture. Hundreds of ghorfas,or storage cells,are reached by protruding steps.

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  • 862-03355038

    Tunisia,Jebel Abiadh. This restored ksar,or fortified granary,is amongst Tunisia's finest examples of this type of architecture. Hundreds of ghorfas,or storage cells,traditionally faced with palm wood doors enclose a pair of courtyards.

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  • 862-03355037

    Tunisia. A fine example of a ksar,or fortified granary,showing its barrel vaulted roofs,blank walls and central courtyard. Abandoned in 1973,some basic restoration work has ensured the ksar's immediate survival.

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  • 862-03355035

    Tunisia,Jebel Haouaia. One of the guardians of the village ksar,or fortified granary,sits with his pet hawk in the entrance. Parts of the ksar were used as a basic hotel following it's appearance in the Star Wars prequel The Phantom Menace .

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