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Pots used for cultural rituals in a cave shrine
Pots used for cultural rituals in a cave shrine Baganda (a tribe in Uganda) cave shrine, with multi-mouthed pots for performing rituals
A group of Karamojong teens
A group of Karamojong teens The Karamojong or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda. The name Karamojong derived from phrase "ekar ngimojong", meaning "the old men can walk no farther".
Pots used for cultural rituals in a cave shrine
Pots used for cultural rituals in a cave shrine Baganda (a tribe in Uganda) cave shrine, with multi-mouthed pots for performing rituals
Obelisk of Axum
Obelisk of Axum The Obelisk of Axum is a 1,700-year-old, 24-meter-tall (79-feet) granite stele/obelisk, weighing 160 tonnes, in the city of Axum in Ethiopia.
A rural homestead on top of a hill
A rural homestead on top of a hill A homestead of the IK people in Uganda, Africa
An elderly woman with beads around her neck
An elderly woman with beads around her neck Karamojong woman elder: Photo taken from Karamoja. The People of Karamoja or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda.
Elderly woman entertaining
Elderly woman entertaining The Ik people of northeastern Uganda
Portrait of a rural women
Portrait of a rural women The Ik people of northeastern Uganda
Elderly woman chatting with the young woman
Elderly woman chatting with the young woman The Ik people of northeastern Uganda
An attentive elderly woman
An attentive elderly woman The Ik people of northeastern Uganda
A group of ethnic people
A group of ethnic people Photo taken from Karamoja. The People of Karamoja or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda.
Karamojong female elder
Karamojong female elder Female elder wearing multiple colourful jewelry
A Karamojong elderly woman with beads around her neck
A Karamojong elderly woman with beads around her neck The Karamojong or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda. The name Karamojong derived from phrase "ekar ngimojong", meaning "the old men can walk no farther".
Local African Community
Local African Community The Ik people. Mountain people of northeastern Uganda, Africa
A world war monument
A world war monument A world war monument for the African King's Rifles, that participated in the second world war and the British Army, located in Jinja, Uganda
Karamojong Teen.
Karamojong Teen. Portrait of a Karamojong teenager with multiple ear rings.
Portrait of a rural woman
Portrait of a rural woman The Ik people of Uganda
A warrior in front of a hut
A warrior in front of a hut Photo taken from Karamoja. The People of Karamoja or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda.
A world war monument
A world war monument A world war monument for the African King's Rifles, that participated in the second world war and the British Army, located in Jinja, Uganda
Cemetery
Cemetery Catholic Church Cemetery
Portrait of a rural man
Portrait of a rural man IK people in Uganda, Africa
African rural family
African rural family The ik people of northeastern Uganda
Portrait of an African man
Portrait of an African man The Ik people of Uganda, Africa
Elderly women entertaining
Elderly women entertaining The Ik people of northeastern Uganda
Portrait of a woman with a walking stick
Portrait of a woman with a walking stick A Karamojong woman standing in front of a perimeter fence of a homestead.
Portrait of a rural girl
Portrait of a rural girl The Ik people from Uganda, Africa
A world war monument
A world war monument A world war monument for the African King's Rifles, that participated in the second world war and the British Army, located in Jinja, Uganda
Portrait of a rural boy
Portrait of a rural boy The Ik people in Uganda, Africa
A Karamojong woman with beads around her neck
A Karamojong woman with beads around her neck The Karamojong or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda. The name Karamojong derived from phrase "ekar ngimojong", meaning "the old men can walk no farther".
Man in front of his cattle
Man in front of his cattle Karamoja, Uganda, Africa
Elderly women in Karamoja
Elderly women in Karamoja Photo taken from Karamoja. The People of Karamoja or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda.
Elderly woman clapping hands
Elderly woman clapping hands The Ik people. Mountain people of northeastern Uganda, Africa
A monument in a cemetry
A monument in a cemetry African Kings Rifles World War Memorial ground in Jinja, Uganda
A monument in a cemetry
A monument in a cemetry African Kings Rifles World War Memorial ground in Jinja, Uganda
A world war monument
A world war monument A world war monument for the African King's Rifles, that participated in the second world war and the British Army, located in Jinja, Uganda
A world war monument
A world war monument A world war monument for the African King's Rifles, that participated in the second world war and the British Army, located in Jinja, Uganda
A child emerging out of a secured homestead gate
A child emerging out of a secured homestead gate The Karamojong or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders living mainly in the north-east of Uganda. The name Karamojong derived from phrase "ekar ngimojong", meaning "the old men can walk no farther".
Rural women entertaining
Rural women entertaining The Ik people of northeastern Uganda
A rural homestead on top of a hill
A rural homestead on top of a hill Homestead of the Ik people in Uganda, Africa
Bouquet at traditional wedding
Bouquet at traditional wedding Bouquet at introductions / Ugandan cultural weddings
Orthodox crosses
Orthodox crosses Orthodox crosses, Ethiopia
A world war memorial cemetery
A world war memorial cemetery A world war monument for the African King's Rifles, that participated in the second world war and the British Army, located in Jinja, Uganda
Boys inside a wooden perimenter fence
Boys inside a wooden perimenter fence This is photo is taken from Karamoja in North-Eastern Uganda. The Karamojong or Karimojong are an ethnic group of agro-pastoral herders. They put up strong fences to protect their animals and families for other warriors.