Adolfo Vera Martínez

Adolfo Vera Martínez

Adolfo Vera Martínez
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Les hôtels qui se trouves dans la capitale Ouagadougou sont la moins naturel que les maisons peinte.

Les hôtels qui se trouves dans la capitale Ouagadougou sont la moins naturel que les maisons peinte.

Mali. This house is in Sanga (Sanga/Sangha is a group of 13 villages in the Dogon Country region of Mali, lying east of Bandiagara at the top of an escarpment)

Mali. This house is in Sanga (Sanga/Sangha is a group of 13 villages in the Dogon Country region of Mali, lying east of Bandiagara at the top of an escarpment)

Burkina Faso Village

Burkina Faso Village

seshatarchitecture: Gurunsi architecture in Burkina Faso and...

seshatarchitecture: Gurunsi architecture in Burkina Faso and...

Burkina Faso is by no means an area frequented by tourists, but at the base of a…

Burkina Faso is by no means an area frequented by tourists, but at the base of a…

El Mercurio - Revista SABADO

El Mercurio - Revista SABADO

Un estudio desvela la causa de una dolencia hereditaria en familias del norte de Tenerife desde hace al menos 200 años

Un estudio desvela la causa de una dolencia hereditaria en familias del norte de Tenerife desde hace al menos 200 años

Un grupo de cubanos juega al dominó en La Habana.

Un grupo de cubanos juega al dominó en La Habana.

Enslaved in their own homeland, Congolese men chained by other Africans for European Wealth and King Leopold's insatiable greed for Africa's natural resources.

Enslaved in their own homeland, Congolese men chained by other Africans for European Wealth and King Leopold's insatiable greed for Africa's natural resources.

Did you know that there were Human Zoos on display in Europe and America from the 1870s to the 1950s? These public exhibits of humans, often called Negro Villages, usually showed indigenous people in a so-called natural or primitive state. The displays often emphasized the cultural differences between Europeans of Western civilization and non-European peoples. Above is a photo from Amsterdam Holland around 1890, of an African child in one of these Human Zoo exhibits, being fed like an…

Did you know that there were Human Zoos on display in Europe and America from the 1870s to the 1950s? These public exhibits of humans, often called Negro Villages, usually showed indigenous people in a so-called natural or primitive state. The displays often emphasized the cultural differences between Europeans of Western civilization and non-European peoples. Above is a photo from Amsterdam Holland around 1890, of an African child in one of these Human Zoo exhibits, being fed like an…