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This man is from the Tuareg people in Mali. They are primarily nomads from the Saharan int...

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John Kenny This man is from the Tuareg people in Mali. They are primarily nomads from the Saharan interior of North Africa (photo)

Porque todas somos rainhas!

This man, from the Sahara region, is wearing a Tagulmust. People of this region, the Tuareg are known as "Blue People of the Sahara or men who wear the veil.” The Tagulmust is a long veil dyed with indigo and beaten until it shimmers.

Africa | Tuareg man | ©Pascal Maitre

Tuareg man from Northern Africa. Where the men are veiled and not the women!

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"Borana Beauty" of the Oromo people consist of four main groups, the Borana is one of them at Southern Ethiopia.

The Tuareg Tribe. The men wear the veils not the women. Keeps them protected from sun and sand, but also keeps them confined and anti-social. "Blue Men of the Desert" because the blue indigo that the fabric is dyed in rubs off on their skin. Turbans can be made with 16.5 feet of fabric.

The Tuareg Tribe, men wear the veils not the women.

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