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The True Negro (2a): The Berbers (Moors)

Tuareg man wearing turban and face veil (tagelmust) made of indigo-dyed cloth. Chadawanka village, Niger 1971 by Eliot Elisofon

Tuareg tea - Thè tuareg by Piero Zilio, via Flickr

Tuareg man pours tea in the cup without looking at it. Un tuareg versa il thè nel bicchiere senza guardare.

Many Tuareg men swath their heads in thick turbans to protect them from extreme heat, light and wind. It is also effective protection from the harsh desert sands.

Many Tuareg men swath their heads in thick turbans to protect them from extreme heat, light and wind. It is also effective protection from the harsh desert sands.

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