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En el sur de Burkina Faso, un país sin salida al mar en el oeste de África, cerca de la frontera con Ghana se encuentra un pequeño pueblo, circular de aproximadamente 1,2 hectáreas, llamado Tiebele. Este es el hogar de las personas Kassena, una de las etnias más antiguas que se habían asentado en el territorio de Burkina Faso en el siglo 15. Tiebele es conocido por su increíble arquitectura tradicional Gourounsi  y las paredes ricamente decoradas de sus casas.

In the West African country of Burkina Faso, the isolated Kassena village of Tiébélé has an extraordinary cultural tradition. The mud brick structures that make

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how wonderful.ivy on stucco cottage.trailing ivy up is easy.but the heart.and shape.to keep is difficult.how sweet is this?

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

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

i photographed the life of people village of Tiébélé known for amazing architecture and richly decorated mud walls

i photographed the life of people village of Tiébélé known for amazing architecture and richly decorated mud walls

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Some Amazingly Artful Architecture. 8 Images Of This Village in Burkina Faso Called Tiébélé

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Cour Royale à Tiébélé (by Rita Willaert) Tiebele, Burkina Faso, West Africa

Men dogon decorated with paintings of dancers and masks the entrance to the House of the Word, Ireli (January 2008)    www.vicentemendez.com

African Dogon man decorating with paintings of dancers and masks the entrance to the House of the Word

Tiébélé, the painted village of the Gurunsi people in southern Burkina FasoPhotograph: Louis Montrose, TPOTY

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Africa |  Toposo tribe, southern sudan, preparing for the rainy season

Toposa lady rebuilding the roof of her house, in preparation for the rainy season The Toposa are one of the biggest tribal groups living in the south eastern border area of South Sudan.

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