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A Twa (Pygmy) man in an ecstatic dance, Bubanza Province, central Burundi.

A Twa (Pygmy) man in an ecstatic dance, Bubanza Province, central Burundi. - African Dance Inspiration (music and videos too) PD

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A Widow’s Shelter: In parts of Burundi there is a custom: the only thing a woman takes with her to her new home when she marries, is her umbrella. Photograph by Deborah Espinosa

THE ROYAL DRUMMERS OF BURUNDI

A small boy in Burundi joins more experience drummers in an impromptu performance of "Les Tamborines".

Absolutely gorgeous Burundi woman.  Thank you, God, for this kind of unspeakable beauty.

portrait of an elderly woman in traditional african clothing, Burundi, Karuzi, Buhiga

Africa | Back to school celebrations for children in Ruyigi, Burundi.  They are coming back to school after years of conflict and refuge in neighbouring countries | ©United Nations

Africa | Back to school celebrations for children in Ruyigi, Burundi. They are coming back to school after years of conflict and refuge in neighbouring countries | ©United Nations

The Twa, aka the Batwa, are a pygmy people who were the oldest recorded inhabitants of the Great Lakes region of central Africa. They now live in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Thanks to the pottery they make and sell in Kigali shops, they are able to build big mud houses in many villages.  This photo was taken in Rwanda by Eric Lafforgue

The Twa, aka the Batwa, are a pygmy people who were the oldest recorded inhabitants of the Great Lakes region of central Africa. They now live in Rwanda, Burundi, & Uganda.

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