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Este es el pueblo africano de Tiébéle, donde cada casa es una obra de arte. (This is the African town of Tiebele where each house is a work of art) via Muy interesante Junior Facebook.

Gurunsi Architecture , Ghana & Burkina Faso, Decorated Mud Houses of Tiébélé

Casas na vila de Tiébélé, em Burkina Fasso. Lindos grafismos!

Os grafismos de Tiébélé

The city of Tiébélé in southeastern Bukina Faso is the home of the incredible decorated houses of the Gourounsie. Each year, women decorate the houses with symbolic designs to protect the houses (in the animist tradition)

Entrance to Niani Restaurant, Dakar, Senegal

ntrance to Niani Restaurant, Dakar, Senegal - Abandoned now. Fabulous place right on the sea.

Hausa building with molded low-relief decoration, Zaria, Nigeria.  by Frank Willett

African architecture

Hausa building with molded low-relief decoration, Zaria, Nigeria, Africa ©frank willett

En Tiébélé, Burkina Faso, las casas están hechas con tierra y decoradas con patrones geométricos que hacen de ellas obras de arte.  http://www.labioguia.com/tiebele-el-pueblo-africano-donde-las-casas-son-obras-de-arte/

Tiebele, Burkina Faso - at the base of a hill overlooking the surrounding sun-drenched West African savannah lies Tiebele an extraordinary painted wall village and this circular hectare complex of intricately embellished earthen architecture.

Burkina Faso, Tiebele. Lo hombres construyen y las mujeres decoran estas preciosas casas.

Burkina Faso, Tiebele. Lo hombres construyen y las mujeres decoran estas preciosas casas.

Facade of mud house in Djenne, Mali.  Notice how the door is low, making visitors stoop a bit to enter the house.  (Mud Architecture in West Africa)

Facade of mud house in Djenne, Mali. Notice how the door is low, making visitors stoop a bit to enter the house. (Mud Architecture in West Africa)

The Mali Empire was a West African empire  from 1230 to 1600. The empire was founded by Sundiata Keita and became known for its rulers, especially Mansa Musa I. People in the area often speak Bambara as their first language.

in Mali, photographed by Maggie Steber for Beyond The Horizon published by National Geographic Society, 1992 Man is forever meditating on his creation and his world.

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