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Africa | Tigre women - Festival Eritrea 2006 - Asmara Eritrea. | © Hans van der Splinter

My July / August 2006 trip to Eritrea. Festval Eritrea 2006 on the Expo grounds in Asmara.

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: NARA PEOPLE: ERITREA`S NILOTIC "SKY HEAVEN" PEOPLE

The Nara ( formerly known as the Barya or Baria) are a Nilo-Saharan speaking people who live in Gash Barka region of Eritrea around north an.

These 9 women represent the 9 official tribes of Eritrea. They each have different languages they speak, music they play, clothes they wear, foods that are seen as special, customs they keep sacred, and culture that has been passed down from generation to generation. They are NOT the same.We live in the 21st century. Its time to stop with the Africa is a country, do you speak African blah blah bs. Africa is a diverse continent and the world needs to know that!

erifresh: “ These 9 women represent the 9 official ethnic groups of Eritrea. They each have different languages they speak, music they play, clothes they wear, foods that are seen as special ( yes its.

A Hederabe woman at the Festival Eritrea ‘06. Asmara, Eritrea. ©Hans van der Splinter

A Hederabe woman at the Festival Eritrea ‘06. Asmara, Eritrea. ©Hans van der Splinter

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If you want an honost to goodness real cup of coffee, go see Amsala. Ethiopia: - coffee ceremony by the type of her tradtional dress most-likely from Gonder or Wolo region

Tigre women dancing - Festival Eritrea 2006 - Asmara Eritrea.

My July / August 2006 trip to Eritrea. Festval Eritrea 2006 on the Expo grounds in Asmara.

Tuareg girl, Timbuktu, Mali - Google Search

View Stock Photo of Mali Timbuktu A Tuareg Woman With Silver Jewellery Dances While Her Companions Sing And Maintain A Rhythm In A Semicircle Near Their Desert Home North Of Timbuktu. Find premium, high-resolution photos at Getty Images.

Traditional bridal hair and jewellery from Ethiopia/Eritrea #eastafrican #habesha @j316photographic  #ambessaweddings #habeshawedding

Traditional bridal hair and jewellery from Ethiopia/Eritrea

wahaladey: “ Malinke bride from Ivory Coast / Mariée malinke de Côte d’Ivoire credits: Viviane Froger Fortaillier ”

Malinke Traditional Bride- Malinke is the largest ethnic groups in the world. You will see many fulanis in most West African countries including Guinea, Cote D’Ivoire

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