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Mumuhuila - Angola.

Africa, Woman from the Mwila (or Mwela, Mumuhuila, or Muhuila) tribe - Angola © Johan Gerrits

✿ ❤ beautiful Crimean Tatar in National Costumes

Crimean Tatar girl with traditional costume and “gugüm” The tatars are a turkic people.

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BLACK, NUBIAN QUEENS

Queen Nzingha, also known as Ann Nzingha, was overlord of portions of both Angola and Zaire. She has been called the "greatest military strategist that ever confronted the armed forces of Portugal.

Albino baby girl and her Mumuhuila tribe mother - Angola    This woman was in Hale and came to me, showing a blue cap coming out from her clothes. i first did not understood there was a baby under this cap. Then she opened her clothes to let appear this albino baby girl. She had some little dreadlocks and was incredibly white. The mother was proud to pause for the picture.

Albino baby girl and her Mumuhuila tribe mother - Angola This woman was in Hale and came to me, showing a blue cap coming out from her clothes. i first did not understood there was a baby under this cap. Then she opened her clothes to let appear this albi

Herero women - Namibia, Botswana and Angola.

The incredible Victorian-style fashions of Africa’s Herero people - "It’s incredible, to me at least, that something so beautiful came from something so devastating.

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Mumuhuila Hairstyle - Angola - The hairstyle is made of dried cow dung, herbs, roots, oil fat. The number of dreadlocks has a meaning: 3 dreadlocks means there are dead people in the family, 4 to 6 dreadlocks is the normal style.