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Rock Art, Mali : Stock Photo
The Bandiagara escarpment is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and centre of the Dogon culture of Mali. The cliffs of the escarpment have painted symbols on the stone walls, and traditional patterns shapes and images are used in the rituals and decoration of the Dogon villages.

Rock Art, Mali

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The Bandiagara escarpment is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and centre of the Dogon culture of Mali. The cliffs of the escarpment have painted symbols on the stone walls, and traditional patterns shapes and images are used in the rituals and decoration of the Dogon villages.
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