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  • Jean Paterson Marriott

    Dinka hut, South Sudan

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    african grain hut

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    Africa | Dinka children in front of a thatched hut | © Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith. I could not find any specific location attached to this photo, but According to the Encyclopedia Britanica, the Dinka people live in the savanna country surrounding the central swamps of the Nile basin primarily in South Sudan.

  • Lesley Meyer

    Dinka Architecture - Africa-ROOF ROOF

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