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Ludzidzini, Swaziland, Africa - Annual Umhlanga, or reed dance ceremony, in which up to 100,000 young Swazi women gather to celebrate their virginity and honor the queen mother during the 8 day long event. Maidens dance before King Mswati III on day 7 of the ceremony

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The wedding morning of Princess Mantfombi in KwaZulu, Swaziland. More than a thousand Swazis journeyed from their country to the Zulu ceremonial grounds at Nongoma for the wedding. National Geographic | January 1978