Tuareg mounting moody camel. Photographer Alberto Arzoz
The Tuareg People
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Niger | 'Cross of Tahoua', from the Tuareg people | Silver | 20th century
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Northwest African prior to gene-flow via Eurasia
Africa | Tuareg woman. Segou, Mali | ©Philippe Rocher / AVSF
The Tuareg | Mali
Tuareg play with light
Africa | Tuareg girl. Niger | ©Kirsten G.
Adorned | Africa
Tuareg, mali - essakane, Tombouctou The Tuareg are also called the "Blue People" for the indigo dye in the cloth they wrap themselves in seeps into their skin...
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The men of the Tuareg people in North Africa wear a blue turban called a tagelmust, which protects them from the sun and wind-blown sand of the Sahara desert
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