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Pygmy. Рост от 144 до 150 см для взрослых мужчин, кожа светло-коричневая, волосы курчавые, тёмные, губы сравнительно тонкие, крупное туловище, руки и ноги короткие, этот физический тип можно классифицировать как особую расу.

Pygmy. Рост от 144 до 150 см для взрослых мужчин, кожа светло-коричневая, волосы курчавые, тёмные, губы сравнительно тонкие, крупное туловище, руки и ноги короткие, этот физический тип можно классифицировать как особую расу.

Nyerere, Lamulen & Loingu near Milgis village by Jimmy Nelson, December 2010

Photographer Jimmy Nelson documents the world’s disappearing cultures in his book, Before They Pass Away.

Africa | Woman photographed in the village of Songha, Dogon Country, Mali | ©Hansjoerg Klein

Africa | Woman photographed in the village of Songha, Dogon Country, Mali | ©Hansjoerg Klein

pictures of homes in africa | ... meet the Zulu people and be mesmerized by their homes and culture

These are called Zulu Huts, they are found inSouth Africa. The Zulu are the largest South African ethnic group, with an estimated million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.

Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia. All of the buildings look as if they had just been whitewashed! A most enjoyable visit.

Tunisia: Sidi Bou Said owes its existence to the Andalusian-Muslim refugees, expelled from Spain in the century, who established it as a replica of the villages in their former homeland.

Balade vertigineuse : 10 images du photographe Amos Chapple prises avec un drone

Tumai, le village qui a banni les hommes

Escuela de Educación Infantil in Koudougou in Africa is one building that makes up the new cultural centre Le Village Laafi. Local materials and labour with innovative construction hopes to create buildings that will serve the community for some time.

Gallery of LAAFI Nursery School / Albert Faus - 1

Beautiful Photos – makes me want to paint! | From My Little Cottage

Beautiful Photos – makes me want to paint!

Victoria Falls, Zambezi River at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe in southern Africa

Carved door of a chief of the Dogon people of Mali, West Africa

Carved door of a chief of the Dogon people of Mali, West Africa / porte / bas-relief / sculpture / animaux / décoration / bois / afrique

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