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Performance of local Sénoufo N'Goron dance in Boundiali, Côte d'Ivoire

Performance of local Sénoufo N'Goron dance in Boundiali, Côte d'Ivoire

Africa | Mask from the Yaure (Yohourè) people of the Ivory Coast | Wood with dark patina, decorated with brass plates and tacks | ca. 1919 - 1935

Wood with dark patina, decorated with brass plates and tacks, ca.

Why it's called the Gold Coast. Hand of King Bonoua, Ivory Coast.

Jewellery worn on the hand of King Bonoua, Ivory Coast. Photo was taken December 2009 in Bonoua, Sud-Comoé

Africa | Traditional headdress worn by Senoufo Dancers.  Odienné, Denguélé, Ivory Coast, | © Georges Courreges

Traditional headdress worn by Senoufo Dancers, Ivory Coast. Photo taken in in Odienné, Denguélé, Ivory Coast.

Africa | Portrait of a woman from the Ivory Coast. 1970 | © Mario de Biasi

desert-dreamer: Ivory Coast, 1970 Mario De Biasi ~Faces of the World~

Africa | Senufo Wambele Funeral Masks. Ivory Coast. | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. 1994, Publication "African Ceremonies"

Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher are world-renowned photographers who have produced fourteen widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa

Africa | An 'Abotire' crown of gold leaf pieces from the ASHANTI people of the IVORY COAST |  Its name in the Akan language is abotire. This is the oldest, most traditional of crown styles, worn by all levels of Ashanti royalty.| The pendant is gold leaf-covered wood, also from the Ashanti people of the Ivory Coast.

An 'Abotire' crown of gold leaf pieces from the Ashanti people, Ivory Coast. This is the oldest, most traditional of crown styles, worn by all levels of Ashanti royalty. The pendant is gold leaf-covered wood.

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