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The Colorado Cheyenne Tipi is patterned from authentic Cheyenne Indian design. The Cheyenne tribe lived in close proximity to Colorado and parts of the West. Historically accurate, this tipi is still used today by the Utes, Navajos and Kiowas as ceremonial tipis._ #GeorgeTupak
Cheyenne camp near Glass Mountains, 1871. The Cheyenne people carry a tribal name received from their Siouian allies when they all lived in present Minnesota in the 1500s. The name means "foreign speakers" and was used by the Sioux in reference to Algonquian-speaking tribes. The Cheyenne, however, refer to themselves by the name "Tsistsistas," an old term whose meaning is uncertain._ #GeorgeTupak
Africa | Lalibela, Ethiopia’s rock-hewn Bet Gabriel-Rufael church | © Rob Howard photographer / Pico Iyer contributing editor for Conde Nast Traveller._ #GeorgeTupak