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    Tuareg, an absolutely beautiful Knabstrupper colt!

    Tuareg woman, Sahara Desert, Mali, West Africa

    Beautiful ..

    My friends and I in a Tuareg artefact shop in Morocco

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    Tuareg tea - Thè tuareg by Piero Zilio, via Flickr

    Tamikrest at Sage Gateshead.One of the best known bands in the Saharan ‘desert blues’ idiom. Tamikrest represent a new wave of Tuareg musicians with lyrics that deal with a youth without future, a loss of culture, but also about the love of life and for the vast expanse of their home the Sahara.

    Niger. Sahara Desert. Tuareg nomad.

    Tuareg by Sarah Black

    Tuareg Silversmith. Amazing beautiful work and people.

    Tuareg man

    ONE WAY, A TUAREG JOURNEY: The film centers around the life of a 13 year old Tuareg from the Sahara desert, who has emigrated with his family from Niger to industrial northern Italy, leaving his youngest brother, Alkassoum in Africa with the grandfather. Alkassoum imagines his family in Italy have become rich and even white. In Italy Sidi has learned to use a video camera and his footage and interviews lets our audience into the intimacy of his family life.

    Africa | Tuareg in Mali | ©Maggie Steber, for "Beyond The Horizon" published by National Geographic Society, 1992

    a Tuareg man's horse. The Tuareg are originally North African, from the area around Libya, being Saharan nomads. The largest Tuareg populations are now in Niger and Mali, in West Africa. The horse appears to be of Barb type. The dense fringes over the nose help chase off flies, as do the fringes on the reins. There are amulets around the horse's neck, and bells on the sides of the bridle.

    Tuareg Griot at the Festival au Desert, Essakane, Mali | © Chris Greenwood. This man is a Griot (also : Jali or Jeli) i.e. a historian, keeper of the mythology of his people, a moral guide and adviser, a community leader, a source of community wisdom.

    Africa | Traditional Bride (Sonrai,Tuareg), Northern Mali. A traditional bride wears this headdress, while the dress can be of any colour. In fact, this bride has worn a red dress first, and changed later to white. She is from Kidal, the Tuareg area in the Northeast of Mali. | Image and capition © Eva Lea Baby, via Ethnic Jewels