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A Himba Village

The Himba people are the only traditionally living tribal group still in Namibia, and are less than one per cent of the population. They share a language and historical background with the Herero people. The Himba people live in the very dry Kaokoland area, where they have adapted to a life with very little water.
Himba home, side view Himba home, front view Himba children Himba girl with calabash
Himba mother and son Himba boy Himba kids Himba girl with calabash
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