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A Zulu bride

This Zulu bride wears a flaring red headdress reminiscent of the hairstyle of her ancestors. Traditionally, this headdress was made of her mother's hair. Photo by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

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African girl from Teniri Festival, Ghadames in her traditional Libyan costume with silver coins headdress.

Zulu women in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. BelAfrique your personal travel planner - www.BelAfrique.com

If culture equaled beauty in the western world these woman would be millionaires! Zulu women in Kwa Zulu, South Africa

The red hats! Zulu Bride

Zulu ( isiZulu ) is a language of the Zulu people. Zulu means heaven or sky in the Zulu language. Zulu is the most widely spoken home lan.

Zulu married woman wearing a traditional hat, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa,and that jewelry is beautiful!!!

SOUTH AFRICA - Zulu married woman wearing a traditional hat, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

Africa | This Zulu woman wears a red hat which traditionally is the sign of a married woman. Lesedi Cultural Village, South Africa | © Martin Harvey

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Africa | Zulu woman in traditional red headdress of a married woman. Lesedi Cultural Village near Johannesburg, South Africa. | ©Martin Harvey

View Stock Photo of Zulu Woman In Traditional Red Headdress Of A Married Woman Lesedi Cultural Village Near Johannesburg South Africa.

Africa | "A Zulu bride with the colourful beadwork and finery which is so characteristic of this proud race."  Natal, South Africa || Postcard; ART publishers.  No 371.  Photo M E McDonald.

A Zulu bride with the colourful beadwork and finery, Natal, South Africa (Photo M E McDonald)

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When people think of punks they often think of mohawks, tattoos and spikes. Some punk look like this, but not all.

Zulu couple of Southern Africa

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