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~DKK ~African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, African men's fashion, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion.

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~African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, Braids, Nigerian wedding, Ghanaian fashion, African wedding ~DKK

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from La Passion Voûtée - Fashion Blogger + Blogging Tips

50+ Best African Print Dresses [& where to get them]

50+ best African print dresses | Looking for the best & latest African print dresses? From ankara Dutch wax, Kente, to Kitenge and Dashiki. All your favorite styles in one place (+find out where to get them). Click to see all!

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~DKK ~African fashion, Ankara, Kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, African men's fashion, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion.

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Nairobi (Kenya). 'Nairobi’s reputation precedes it, and not always in the most enticing way. And yet Nairobi is an essential (and very often immensely enjoyable) element of the Kenyan experience. No other city in the world can boast a national park (which is home to four of the Big Five) within sight of city skyscrapers, the chance to feed orphaned baby elephants.' Photo by Henny Boogert

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Haircut In Freetown Sierra Leone Photo By Adam Cohn #Africa, #pinsland, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu

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What would society look like if it were based on cooperation, instead of competition?

Ancient healers believed Earth’s energy could be easily absorbed through our skin and through the soles of our feet. Studies proves earthing (also called grounding) can improve your blood pressure, reduce cortisol, and even help problems sleeping. It’s done by reconnecting your body with the free electrons that flow through the Earth’s surface and it’s as easy as walking barefoot outdoors.

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Masai jumping | The Masai, a Nilotic ethnic group of semi-nomadic people located in Kenya and northern Tanzania, are among the best known of African ethnic groups, due to their residence near the many game parks of East Africa, and their distinctive customs and dress.

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