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Earth tower house, called takienta, of Batammariba people in Koutammakou region, La Kara

Earth tower house, called takienta, of Batammariba people in Koutammakou region, La Kara


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Earth tower house, called takienta, of Batammariba people in Koutammakou region, La Kara

Earth tower house, called takienta, of Batammariba people in Koutammakou region, La Kara, Togo, West Africa, Africa

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This print showcases the remarkable Earth tower house, known as takienta, belonging to the Batammariba people in the Koutammakou region of La Kara, Togo. Located in West Africa, this unique architectural marvel is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the Batammariba tribe. The image captures the essence of travel and exploration with its vibrant colors and horizontal composition. Against a backdrop of clear blue skies and towering trees, this picturesque village stands proudly amidst nature's beauty. The takienta itself is an awe-inspiring sight, blending harmoniously with its surroundings. As we gaze upon this photograph, we are reminded of the intricate craftsmanship that went into constructing these houses. Each building exterior tells a story through its design and structure - a true reflection of the Batammariba people's connection to their land. Incidental people can be seen going about their daily lives in this outdoor setting, adding depth and authenticity to the scene. This snapshot encapsulates not only a physical place but also offers us glimpses into local life within these rural communities. François Galland has skillfully captured this moment in time through his lens for WorldInPrint. As viewers immerse themselves in this image, they are transported on an imaginary journey to experience firsthand the beauty and wonder that exists within Togo's Koutammakou region.

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