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The Didgeridoo is the unique and ancient instrument of the Australian Aborigine. Through its haunting, yet powerful, sounds, the Didgeridoo evokes reverence and oneness with nature. The deep drone of the Didgeridoo allows us to relax and to reconnect with mother earth. The spiritual and healing power of the didj has been used for thousands of years in secret ceremonies of Australian aborigines.

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Décorations géométriques Voici un village extraordinaire situé au coeur du Burkina Faso, encore préservé du tourisme de masse. Ce village est celui de la r
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Maisons peintes au Burkina Faso

Décorations géométriques Voici un village extraordinaire situé au coeur du Burkina Faso, encore préservé du tourisme de masse. Ce village est celui de la r

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Aboriginal art. For more ethnic fashion inspirations and tribal style visit www.wandering-threads.com

Buy a Musical Instrument Day. How about a Didgeridoo, an Acoustic Electric Classical Guitar, or maybe a Flutophone? http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/musicalinstruments.htm

This lady make didgeridoos. I love the unique sound and look of this instrument, they are also great works of art!

Beautiful walking sticks: Indian rain sticks filled with dried seeds that subltly shift and make the most soothing sounds

The didgeridoo (also known as a didjeridu) is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia around 1,500 years ago.

Didgeridoo. Ok, so Morrie actually repaired one some time ago, but he'll never admit to it.