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The Ndebele homeland lies close to Pretoria, South Africa. They are known for their painted houses.

Highlights in and around Johannesburg and Pretoria, South Africa

The Ndebele homeland lies close to Pretoria, South Africa. They are known for their painted houses, highly Colorful ornate costumes and unique culture. More on this post covering the highlights in and around Johannesburg and Pretoria

Africa | A woman's beaded corset from the Dinka people from Sudan | Glass beads, leather, fur and fiber | ca. late 19th to early 20th century | © The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

so-treu: “ justwannaeat: “ Woman’s garment Late – early century Dinka people, South Sudan Glass beads, leather, fur, strings Source: The Israel Museum ” fab.

A Bunch of Baobab Fruit, southern Africa (used in drink products and contains nutrients such as Vitamin C, iron and calcium).  Photo: PhytoTradeAfrica & FeedtheFuture via Flickr    Photo Copyright of PhytoTrade Africa

A Bunch of Baobab Fruit, southern Africa (used in drink products and contains nutrients such as Vitamin C, iron and calcium). Copyright of PhytoTrade Africa

Another gift from South Africa, Nerine blooms in a froth of wavy pink petals late in the gardening season when an extra color boost is most welcome. The plant p

Allium Ampeloprasum (Spanish Allium)

Another gift from South Africa, Nerine blooms in a froth of wavy pink petals late in the gardening season when an extra color boost is most welcome. The plant p

Dinka Woman in Corset, South Sudan, Africa.| Photograph by Carol Beckwith-Angela Fisher. #Dinka #corset #beadwork

Dinka Woman in Corset, South Sudan by Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher - Dinka on photokunst

* Africa | Interior Hanging from Mali or Ghana, Niger River region | 19th century | Wool, cotton and natural dye | Large-scale textiles created south of the Sahara were generally intended as enhancements for domestic environments

Cotton and wool African chieftan blanket, century, Fulani people (Mali or Ghana). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Traditional Nubian archway on the Blue Nile in Sudan

Doorway Traditional Nubian archway on the Blue Nile in Sudan

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