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Women and girls carry water to the Great Mosque of Djenne, Mali, during the annual crepissage, or re-plastering, of the mosque on April 15, 2018. Traditionally, men and boys are responsible for carrying banco (a mixture of mud, rice hulls, and water) to the mosque and applying it to the exterior, and women and girls responsible for carrying water from the nearby Bani River to large mud pits where the mud is mixed with rice hulls and water.
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Mali - tradyjne budowle z błota w Djenne - Redux
2018-04-15
Annie Risemberg/Redux/Redux Pictures/East News
Redux Pictures
Annie Risemberg/Redux
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25cm x 17cm przy 300dpi
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