Mali
Mali
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Dogon Country

Djenné


Although they form the most famous ethnic group of Mali, the Dogons are hardly more of 350 000, dispersed in the villages that edge the cliffs of Bandiagara. Masters farmers, they knew how to make use of a Sahelian environment where water is rare.
Millet
Malian
Malian
Mosque
Kani Kombolé
Bandiagara
Zebus
Endé
Zebu
Endé
Endé
Endé
Skulls
Endé
Doundiourou
Bandiagara
Toro
Endé
Toro
School
Toro
Children
Dogon village
Dogon village
School
Dogon village
Dogon village
Chameleon
Dogon
Dourou
Dourou
Dourou
Skulls
Dogon Country
Dogon Country
Guimini
Cliff of Bandiagara
Dogon Country
Dogon village
Dogon village
Dogon
Dogon Country
Graves
Idieli
Blacksmith
Iréli
Millet
Nombori
Nombori
Tirelli
Wood
Tirelli
Tirelli
Dogon
Door
Caiman
Amani
Amani
Case a palabres
Child
Banani
Banani
Banani
Wizard
Church
Sangha
Child
Door
River

Millet

Malian

Malian

Mosque

Kani Kombolé

Bandiagara

Zebus

Endé

Zebu

Endé

Endé

Endé

Skulls

Endé

Doundiourou

Bandiagara

Toro

Endé

Toro

School

Toro

Children

Dogon village

Dogon village

School

Dogon village

Dogon village

Chameleon

Dogon

Dourou

Dourou

Dourou

Skulls

Dogon Country

Dogon Country

Guimini

Cliff of Bandiagara

Dogon Country

Dogon village

Dogon village

Dogon

Dogon Country

Graves

Idieli

Blacksmith

Iréli

Millet

Nombori

Nombori

Tirelli

Wood

Tirelli

Tirelli

Dogon

Door

Caiman

Amani

Amani

Case a palabres

Child

Banani

Banani

Banani

Wizard

Church

Sangha

Child

Door

River