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Sahara Tassili du Hoggar

Sahara Tassili du Hoggar

Algerie | Dweller from Tassili Touareg Désert

Algerie | Dweller from Tassili Touareg Désert

Désert

Désert

désert du Hoggar Sahara

désert du Hoggar Sahara

Hoggar, Tassili N'Ajjer, Touareg, Caravane, Algérie, Bête de somme, Dromadaire, Nomade, Sahara, Paysage de Rochers, Formation rocheuse, Marcher, Montagne, Soleil (Temps ensoleillé), Jour, Stock Footage,

Hoggar, Tassili N'Ajjer, Touareg, Caravane, Algérie, Bête de somme, Dromadaire, Nomade, Sahara, Paysage de Rochers, Formation rocheuse, Marcher, Montagne, Soleil (Temps ensoleillé), Jour, Stock Footage,

Hoggar, Tassili N'Ajjer, Touareg, Caravane, Algérie, Bête de somme, Dromadaire, Nomade, Sahara, Formation rocheuse, Mont, Soleil (Temps ensoleillé), Jour, Stock Footage,

Hoggar, Tassili N'Ajjer, Touareg, Caravane, Algérie, Bête de somme, Dromadaire, Nomade, Sahara, Formation rocheuse, Mont, Soleil (Temps ensoleillé), Jour, Stock Footage,

Africa | Photo taken at the famous yearly Tuareg Sebedi festival.  Oasis town of Djanet, South Region of Tassili, Algeria | © Giuglio Gil

Africa | Photo taken at the famous yearly Tuareg Sebedi festival. Oasis town of Djanet, South Region of Tassili, Algeria | © Giuglio Gil

Sahara  Tassili du Hoggar

Sahara Tassili du Hoggar

Tahaggart - Tassili du Ahaggar in Algeria

Tahaggart - Tassili du Ahaggar in Algeria

Tassili d' Emi Koussi. Looking out from the entrance of a large sandstone cave on the lower slopes of Emi-Koussi. The left wall is profusely painted, many images being in polychrome, with 200 and more images of people, armed warriors, cattle, camels, giraffe, antelope, an elephant and human figure touching, people surrounding what may be a wild cow, and geometric designs. Most paintings belong to the Camel Period. The cave is still used by nomadic groups as a resting place.

Tassili d' Emi Koussi. Looking out from the entrance of a large sandstone cave on the lower slopes of Emi-Koussi. The left wall is profusely painted, many images being in polychrome, with 200 and more images of people, armed warriors, cattle, camels, giraffe, antelope, an elephant and human figure touching, people surrounding what may be a wild cow, and geometric designs. Most paintings belong to the Camel Period. The cave is still used by nomadic groups as a resting place.

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