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Arbore women (Ethiopia) are known for their long headdresses. The girls shave their heads to indicate virginity, and only start growing hair after marriage.

Portrait of Rufo Arbore Tribe, Debub Omo Zone Arbore women are well know for their long headdresses. The girls shave their heads to indicate virginity, and only start growing hair after marriage.

Ethiopia - East/West & Omo

Culture Photographed --- Portrait out of John Kenny's collection entitled Ethiopia East/West Omo January 2010

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Surma and Mursi people of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia by Hans Sylvester

: Portrait of Daodo Swale by joeyL.com on Flickr.

Portrait of Daodo Swale, Daasanach Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, EthiopiaDaodo’s headpiece resembles that of a Daasanach hut- created from collected scraps and objects traded with other tribes and villages, then turned into a work of art. © JOEY L

A group of Karo courtship dancers in Ethiopia Photograph by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Eric Lafforge Angola

Two Mumuhuila girls- Angola The Mumuhuila tribe live near Chibia, in the south of Angola.

The cultural diversity of Africa's people make it an interesting and fascinating place to visit.

The cultural diversity of Africa's people make it an interesting and fascinating place.

Series that is dedicated to the Fula People, an ethnic group of people spread over many African countries, but predominantly in West Africa.

A dying cultural practice: A Mursi woman wearing a lip plate. Lip plates were a sign of endurance, maturity and beauty.

Members of the Mursi tribe, Ethiopia Image: Marc Veraart Teeth sharpening, ear elongations, lip plates, nose stud.

Dessanech Woman, Omerate, Ethiopia | photo by Rod Waddington

Africa, Dessanech woman from Omo Valley, Ethiopia. The buildings behind the woman are sorghum silos. The gourd on her head is for carrying water.

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