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    The Konso people of southwest Ethiopia worship the sky God,Waq,and place carved wooden effigies at prominent places to honour their illustrious ancestors. These eerie totems are often found grouped together. They can depict a dead hero,his wives,his enemies slain in battle or dangerous animals he may have killed in his lifetime.

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    The Konso people of southwest Ethiopia worship the sky God,Waq,and place carved wooden effigies at prominent places to honour their illustrious ancestors. These eerie totems are often found grouped together. They can depict a dead hero,his wives,his enemies slain in battle or dangerous animals he may have killed in his lifetime.

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  • 862-03354001

    The Konso people of southwest Ethiopia worship the sky God,Waq,and place carved wooden effigies at prominent places to honour their illustrious ancestors. These eerie totems are often found grouped together. They can depict a dead hero,his wives,his enemies slain in battle or dangerous animals he may have killed in his lifetime.

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    The Konso people of southwest Ethiopia worship the sky God,Waq,and place carved wooden effigies at prominent places to honour their illustrious ancestors. These eerie totems are often found grouped together. They can depict a dead hero,his wives,his enemies slain in battle or dangerous animals he may have killed in his lifetime.

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  • 862-03437076

    A Konso youth of southwest Ethiopia carries home a wooden yoke used by pairs of oxen to plough the land.

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  • 862-03820417

    A young woman at the entrance to a Konso homestead in southwest Ethiopia.The konso have a great affinity for wood and stone, large tree trunks and branches surround every home, and special care is taken to select the most pleasing shapes for their entrances.

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  • 862-03820416

    The central meeting place, mora, of an old Konso village set in dramatic scenery in southwest Ethiopia. The oldest villages date back 500 to 600 years and are fortified with huge dry stone walls.The Konso people are very industrious farmers, cultivating poor soil on terraces, which are buttressed with stones and rock.

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  • 862-03353999

    An old Konso woman with facial scarification smokes a traditional pipe made in part from a small decorated gourd. Tobacco is grown locally by the Konso.

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  • 862-03353998

    A Konso man wears a phallic Kallaacha on his forehead. Made of cast aluminium and ivory or bone,the Kallaacha is worn during the tribe's initiation and gada age-grade ceremonies. The Konso who live by their successful agricultural economy,live next door to the pastoral Borana and have many customs in common including the wearing of the phallus.

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  • 862-03353997

    Konso men wear stylish,brightly-coloured hats,which they weave from locally-grown cotton. Only men work the wooden looms but women flay the cloth to flatten the warp and weft. Much of their production is used to make the voluminous skirts of Konso women.

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  • 862-03353996

    A Konso village set in dramatic scenery in southwest Ethiopia.The Konso people are very industrious farmers,cultivating poor soil on terraces,which are buttressed with dry-stone walls. They share a number of customs with their neighbours,the Borana. They both worship the sky God,Waq,and both have an ancestor cult.

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  • 862-03437078

    A priest at Kebran Gabriel Church shows one of its many ancient illustrated books; the church has the largest library in the Tana region.

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  • 862-03437075

    A young Dorze boy winds cotton onto a bobin for his father. Dorze men are synonymous with weaving the best cotton cloth in Ethiopia.

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  • 862-03820415

    The Dorze people living in highlands west of the Abyssinian Rift Valley have a unique style of building their homes. The twenty foot high bamboo frame is covered with the sheaths of bamboo stems or straw, and resembles a giant beehive.Doorways are set in a bulge of the house, which forms a reception area for guests.These remarkable houses can last for forty years or more.

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  • 862-03820414

    The Dorze people living in highlands west of the Abyssinian Rift Valley have a unique style of building their homes. The twenty foot high bamboo frame is covered with the sheaths of bamboo stems or straw, and resembles a giant beehive.Doorways are set in a bulge of the house, which forms a reception area for guests.These remarkable houses can last for forty years or more.

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  • 862-03820413

    The Dorze people living in highlands west of the Abyssinian Rift Valley have a unique style of building their homes. The twenty foot high bamboo frame is covered with the sheaths of bamboo stems or straw, and resembles a giant beehive.Doorways are set in a bulge of the house, which forms a reception area for guests.These remarkable houses can last for forty years or more.

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  • 862-03820376

    Fine murals decorate the interior of the rock hewn church of Yohannes Maequddi, a two hour walk from Degum on a plateau of the Gheralta Mountains east of Debretsion.The spacious rectangular interior is best known for its ancient, well-preserved murals and paintings.

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  • 862-03820375

    Fine murals decorate the interior of the rock hewn church of Yohannes Maequddi, a two hour walk from Degum on a plateau of the Gheralta Mountains east of Debretsion.The spacious rectangular interior is best known for its ancient, well-preserved murals and paintings.

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  • 862-03820370

    The rock hewn church of Abune Yemata in the Gheralta Mountains near Guh is renowned for its truly remarkable murals. Abune Yemata church is reached only by a hazardous ascent with tiny footholds and irregular hand grips.

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  • 862-03354009

    Ura Kidane Meret Church boasts some of the finest 16th century murals,most painted in the maqdas,or inner sanctuary,of any Ethiopian church.

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  • 862-03354008

    Lattice screens shade the circular passage around the 14th century church and monastery of the Ura Kidane Meret near Lake Tana.

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  • 862-03354004

    A Tsemay girl of southwest Ethiopia wears a leather skirt and bright beaded jewellery. She belongs to a small tribe living close to the Konso people.

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  • 862-03353995

    Terraced farming on the western scarp of Africa's Great Rift Valley,west of Lake Abaya. The crop under cultivation is Teff,a small-grained cereal,which is grown extensively in Ethiopia. It is used to make the country's national dish,injera,a fermented,bread-type pancake.

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  • 862-03353960

    A Konso man ploughs his land with two yoked oxen. In the absence of modern farming methods,a wooden stave serves as his plough. Traditional agricultural methods are widely used in Ethiopia..

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  • 862-07910303

    The beautifully restored Ben Youssef Medersa is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco

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  • 862-07910302

    The beautifully restored Ben Youssef Medersa is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco (MR)

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  • 862-07910301

    The beautifully restored Ben Youssef Medersa is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco (MR)

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    Courtyard of the beautifully restored Ben Youssef Medersa. It is the largest theological school in Morocco. Built in 1565 it once housed 900 students and teachers in the rooms above the courtyard. Marrakech, Morocco

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  • 862-07910298

    Maison Tiskiwin, or Tiskiwin Museum, is housed in a beautifully restored riad in the medina and showcases a collection of North African arts and crafts amassed by Dutch anthropologist Bert Flint. Marrakech, Morocco

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  • 862-07910297

    The Bahia Palace was built in the late 19th century and it was intended to capture the essence of the Islamic and Moroccan style in architecture and decorative arts. Marrakech, Morocco

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  • 862-07910276

    Wood carved door at the Zaouia Naciri in Tamegroute. Zagora region, Draa Valley. Morocco

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  • 862-08273093

    Ethiopia, Asa Bolo, Afar Region. A camel caravan at sunset. They will be heading for the salt mines at Assale to load their camels with salt blocks the following day.

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  • 862-08273092

    Ethiopia, Assale, Afar Region. In the early morning, Tigrayan camel herders lead their camels and donkeys across the Assale salt flats to load salt blocks which have been mined there for centuries.

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  • 862-08273091

    Ethiopia, Assale, Afar Region. In the early morning, Tigrayan camel herders lead camel and donkey caravans to the Assale salt flats to load salt blocks which have been mined there for centuries.

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  • 862-08273090

    Ethiopia, Dallol, Afar Region. At almost 300 feet below sea level, Dallol is one of the lowest places on earth. Gas vents, geysers, salt, iron stains, sulphur and halophile algae turn the hot springs into a kaleidoscope spectacular colours.

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  • 862-08273089

    Ethiopia, Dallol, Afar Region. At almost 300 feet below sea level, Dallol is one of the lowest places on earth. Gas vents, geysers, salt, iron stains, sulphur and halophile algae turn the hot springs into a kaleidoscope spectacular colours.

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  • 862-08273088

    Ethiopia, Dallol, Afar Region. At almost 300 feet below sea level, Dallol is one of the lowest places on earth. Gas vents, geysers, salt, iron stains, sulphur and halophile algae turn the hot springs into a kaleidoscope spectacular colours.

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  • 862-08273087

    Ethiopia, Dallol, Afar Region. At almost 300 feet below sea level, Dallol is one of the lowest places on earth. Gas vents, geysers, salt, iron stains, sulphur and halophile algae turn the hot springs into a kaleidoscope spectacular colours.

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  • 862-08273086

    Ethiopia, Hamed Ela, Afar Region. Tigrayan men lead camel and donkey caravans along a seasonal watercourse to collect salt blocks from pans situated below sea level in the Danakil Depression.

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  • 862-08273085

    Ethiopia, Asa Bolo, Afar Region. Tigrayan men lead donkeys and a camel caravan down a rocky track from the Ethiopian Highlands to collect salt blocks from pans situated below sea level in the Danakil Depression.

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  • 862-08273084

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale, Afar Region. The molten lava in one of the two active pit craters of Erta Ale, a large shield volcano, lights up the night sky. It is one of the most persistent lava lakes in the world and is a major tourist attraction.

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  • 862-08273083

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale, Afar Region. The lake of molten lava in one of the two active pit craters of Erta Ale, a large shield volcano. This lake is one of the most persistent in the world and is a major tourist attraction.

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  • 862-08273082

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale, Afar Region. The lake of molten lava in one of the two active pit craters of Erta Ale, a large shield volcano. This lake is one of the most persistent in the world and is a major tourist attraction.

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  • 862-08273081

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale, Afar Region. The lake of molten lava in one of the two active pit craters of Erta Ale, a large shield volcano. This lake is one of the most persistent in the world and is a major tourist attraction.

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  • 862-08273080

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale, Afar Region. The lake of molten lava and the smoking fumarole of the two active pit craters of Erta Ale, a large shield volcano, (foreground) with Borale Ale Volcano in the far distance.

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  • 862-08273079

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale, Afar Region. The smoking fumarole of one of the two active volcanic pit craters of Erta Ale (foreground) with Borale Ale Volcano in the distance.

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  • 862-08273078

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale, Afar Region. The active volcanic pit craters of Erta Ale (foreground) looking north to Borale Ale and Dalafilla. This vast region has more volcanic activity than elsewhere in Africa.

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  • 862-08273077

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale range, Dalafilla, Afar Region. The smoking summit of Dalafilla which is a steep sided active stratovolcano rising 2,011 feet above sea level.

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  • 862-08273076

    Ethiopia, Erta Ale range, Catherine, Afar Region. Surrounded by vast lava fields, Catherine or Catherina is a round volcanic tuff ring with a crater lake. The blowhole on its side caused the newest lava flows.

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  • 862-08273075

    Ethiopia, Lake Bakili, Afar Region. This saline lake is surrounded by lava fields. Large cracks can be seen in the lava. Here, Africa is splitting apart at the rate of 1 2 cm a year through tectonic forces working deep below ground.

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  • 862-08273074

    Ethiopia, Lake Karum, Afar Region. Salt patterns on the flats beside Lake Karum. This salt water lake lies 116 metres below sea level and is fed by seawater just below the surface.

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  • 862-08273073

    Ethiopia, Lake Karum, Afar Region. Lake Karum is a saline lake which lies 116 metres below sea level. The water evaporates in exceedingly high temperatures to leave pure salt on the flats beside the lakeshore.

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  • 862-08273072

    Ethiopia, Lake Karum, Afar Region. Lake Karum is a saline lake which lies 116 metres below sea level beside the Assale salt flats where salt is mined. Note the salt patterns beside the lakeshore.

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  • 862-08273071

    Ethiopia, Gheralta, Tigray Region. A Tigray woman roasts coffee in her home in preparation for an Ethiopian coffee ceremony which is one of the most recognised forms of Ethiopian culture.

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  • 862-08273070

    Ethiopia, Abraha Atsbeha, Tigray Region. The interior of the semi monolithic 10th century church of Abraha Atsbeha is richly adorned with post 17th century paintings depicting biblical scenes.

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  • 862-08273069

    Ethiopia, Abraha Atsbeha, Tigray Region. A Coptic priest outside the huge wooden doors of the semi monolithic 10th century church of Abraha Atsbeha.

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  • 862-08273068

    Ethiopia, Addis Ababa. The Sheraton Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia s capital city.

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  • 862-08273067

    Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Mercato. Stalls at the sprawling Mercato Market selling new and second hand electrical equipment and motors. Almost every conceivable discarded item is repaired and re cycled at Mercato.

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    Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Mercato. A busy street scene at the sprawling Mercato Market.

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    Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Mercato. A vegetable seller at the sprawling Mercato Market.

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  • 862-08273064

    Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Mercato. A stallholder at the sprawling Mercato Market sells traditional hand woven baskets which are used for serving injera, a type of flatbread made from fermented teff flour.

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  • 862-03887451

    Bujumbura, Burundi. A woman begs outside a convent school.

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    A wood carving which stands on a pillar beside the main entrance to the harbour at Bagamoyo.

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  • 862-03808479

    Statue of Queen Victoria outside public library, Market Square, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa

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    Statue of Queen Victoria outside public library, Market Square, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa

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    Statue of Queen Victoria outside public library, Market Square, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa

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    Monument with Post Office in background, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa

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  • 862-03808381

    War memorial in downtown Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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    Statue and City Hall, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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    War memorial and City Hall, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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  • 862-03808333

    Maritime statue at Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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    Maritime statue, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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    City Hall, City Bowl, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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  • 862-03808289

    Statue of Nelson Mandela in Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

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  • 862-03808282

    Statue of Paul Kruger at Paul Kruger Gate, Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa

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    Maponya Mall, Soweto, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

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  • 862-03808278

    Statue of Paul Kruger at Paul Kruger Gate, Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa

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  • 862-03808267

    Statue of Nelson Mandela in Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

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    Statue of Nelson Mandela in Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

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    Statue in Maputo Fort, Maputo, Mozambique

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  • 862-03437268

    A wood carver puts the finishing touches to a Chief's chair. These two-piece,three-legged stools with high,decorated backs are beautifully made from hard wood and have become popular with tourists..

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  • 862-03437085

    Girls of the Tsemay tribe of remote Southwest Ethiopia wear attractively decorated leather skirts and aprons,and braid their hair in a number of different eye-catching styles.The Tsemay are a small tribe neighbouring the more numerous Hamar people with whom they share a common language.

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  • 862-03437084

    A Dassanech girl braids her sister's hair at her village in the Omo Delta. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000,the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb,Changila or Merille) and Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.

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  • 862-03437083

    Karo men paint each other in preparation for a dance in the village of Duss. A small Omotic tribe related to the Hamar,who live along the banks of the Omo River in southwestern Ethiopia,the Karo are renowned for their elaborate body painting using white chalk,crushed rock and other natural pigments.

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  • 862-03437082

    An elder of the Karo tribe,a small Omotic tribe related to the Hamar,who live along the banks of the Omo River in southwestern Ethiopia. The Karo are renowned for their elaborate body painting using white chalk,crushed rock and other natural pigments. This man also has a clay hairdo typical of tribal elders. Like most adult males he carries a rifle.

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  • 862-03437081

    Dassanech children play on the bank of the Omo River at sunset. Much the largest of the tribes in the Omo Valley numbering around 50,000,the Dassanech (also known as the Galeb,Changila or Merille) are Nilotic pastoralists and agriculturalists.

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  • 862-03437080

    A Nyangatom girl weaves a grass basket. The Nyangatom or Bume are a Nilotic tribe of semi-nomadic pastoralists who live along the banks of the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.

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  • 862-03437079

    A Hamar woman sits on the ground breast-feeding her baby in the village square of Dimeka. Married women wear two heavy steel necklaces. This woman wears an extra necklace with steel a steel phallic symbol which identifies her as a first wife. She also wears a goatskin capefringed with cowrie shells and her hair long in a braided fringe matted with animal fat and ochre.

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  • 862-03437077

    At 400m across and 45m deep,the Blue Nile Falls,known locally as Tis Abay or Smoking Nile,are at their most spectacular after the rainy season in October.

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  • 862-03711605

    Ghana,Greater Accra,Accra. Mausoleum of Kwame Nkrumah,Ghana's first President.

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