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A quiet street in Djenne, Mali on April 14, 2018, the day before the crepissage, the French term for the annual re-plastering of the Great Mosque of Djenne. The mosque and the similarly built homes in the town must have a new layer of mud added every year. The mosque and the surrounding town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site designated as in danger because of insecurity in the region.
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Mali - tradyjne budowle z błota w Djenne - Redux
2018-04-14
Annie Risemberg/Redux/Redux Pictures/East News
Redux Pictures
Annie Risemberg/Redux
15274098
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25cm x 17cm przy 300dpi
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