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A window to Ghana and Africa - Nana Kofi Acquah Photography

Kente is a ceremonial cloth hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom, kente comes in strips measuring about 4 inches wide and sown together.

The dipo ceremony of Krobo girls in Ghana.

Dipo ceremony of the Krobo people. Africa many cultures celebrate the passage of a child towards adulthood. Among the hills Krobo of Ghana, young girls carry on an ancient tradition. Every year, girls undergo a transition to adulthood.

African Women  -  KENTE CLOTH: GHANA`S ASHANTI CULTURAL HERITAGE

Kente is a ceremonial cloth hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom, kente comes in strips measuring about 4 inches wide and sown together.

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: KENTE CLOTH: GHANA`S ASHANTI CULTURAL HERITAGE TO THE WORLD`S FASHION CIVILIZATION http://kwekudee-tripdownmemorylane.blogspot.com/2012/12/kente-cloth-ghanas-ashanti-cultural.html

Kente is a ceremonial cloth hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom, kente comes in strips measuring about 4 inches wide and sown together.

Vintage African style

West African Fulani Woman preparing for marriage. Love their hair showing from their Gele's.

KENTE CLOTH: GHANA`S ASHANTI CULTURAL HERITAGE

Kente is a ceremonial cloth hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom, kente comes in strips measuring about 4 inches wide and sown together.

Ashanti Tribe-A website about the Ashanti people in Africa. Talks about group identity and their commitment to culture despite the pressures of the modern world.

Kente cloth has a history going back over 400 years and was the cloth of Kings and still is traditional a ceremonial cloth hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom. Strips measuring about

I see this all the time: Woman selling food, Ho, Volta region, Ghana

Photos and pictures of: Woman selling food, Ho, Volta region, Ghana - The Africa Image Library

Africa | On Monday, fourth day of the Dipo festival, the girls are dressed up in the best clothes and bead necklaces belonging to her family. Ghana | © Bruno Zanzottera.

Mom had a bunch of African trading beads. I remember being perplexed by them when I was a kid. They were chipped and imperfect, and in my little kid eyes that made them not beautiful.

Togbe Ngoryifia Cephas Kosi Bansah, King of the Ewe people in Ghana

Black Culture, ferrarisheppard: King Bansah of Ghana.

Ghana, West Africa

Ghana, West Africa - Take me back to these sweet people.

The Greatest of These Is Love

‘UBUNTU’ in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”. An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever.

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