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Djenné

Djenné (pop 22,000)was an important seat of Islamic scholarship in the Sahel in the 14-15th Centuries. The World-Heritage listed city was one of my top destination goals for this trip. Unfortunately, our delayed arrival and departure from Bamako meant that we missed Djenné in the early morning when the famous Grand Mosquée appears in the best light...and such is group travel that we had to move on...
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Washing up along the river, Djenné, Mali
Washing up along the river, Djenné, Mali
Djenné, Mali
Djenné, Mali
Mudbrick house in Djenné, Mali
Mudbrick house in Djenné, Mali
Detail of an ornate door, Djenné
Detail of an ornate door, Djenné
Djenné, Mali
Djenné, Mali
Tomb of the Virgin, Tapama Dienepo, a girl sacrificed in the 9th Century
Tomb of the Virgin, Tapama Dienepo, a girl sacrificed in the 9th Century
Tombe de la Jeune Fille, Tapama Dienepo, Djenné, Mali
Tombe de la Jeune Fille, Tapama Dienepo, Djenné, Mali
Across from Tapama Dienepo
Across from Tapama Dienepo
Djenné, Mali
Djenné, Mali
Djenné, Mali
Djenné, Mali
The raw material for Djenné - mudbricks
The raw material for Djenné - mudbricks
Djenné, Mali
Djenné, Mali
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