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February 04, 2007
A Dogon spiritual leader sits in the sun while wearing a traditional hat and charms at the central gathering...
INDELOU, Mali
Dogon spiritual leader sits in the sun while wearing a traditional hat and charms at the central gathering...
A Dogon spiritual leader sits in the sun while wearing a traditional hat and charms at the central gathering point of the plateau village of Indelou, Dogon country, February 4, 2007. The Dogon are an ethnic group mainly concentrated along a 200-kilometers (125 miles) stretch of an escarpment called the Cliffs of Bandiagara located in southeastern Mali. With a population of about 300,000 people the Dogon are best known for their extensive carving of masks and wooden figurative art. REUTERS/Florin Iorganda (MALI)
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