Dogon Country 
It is one of Africa’s most interesting regions. Dogon people have old and rich cultural heritage: masks, dances, carving and pueblo-like dwellings. Escarpment where Dogon live is 150 km long.…
Dogon Country: Pays Dogon – Bandiagara Escarpment, Mali
Visiting the Dogon area is truely facinating and a cultural experience not to be missed. Dogon Country, or Pays Dogon as it translates in French, encompasses...
Interesting Doors ................. Photo Blog
Saw this photo and am inspired to share with my lumber BUDS. As Lumberjocks we all have an interest wooden objects . So how about a page designated to interesting doors? Here is one or 2 to start the ball rolling. !http://1.bp.blogspot....
Traditional African doors art - Art Kaleidoscope
African doors art, Carving skill, peoples, Tropical Africa, recognizable sculptures, ethnographers, collectors, ritual, protective, aesthetic, social status
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Full size, center-opening Akan door | The Niger Bend | African Art, African Masks, African Jewelry, African Artifacts
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Dogon Granary Door 4, Mali
Dogon Granary Door. Photograph by Tim Hamill. Granary doors cover the window-like opening into each family's grain storage building, protecting the contents from the elements. These doors, which are decorated with primordial beings, ancestors, Kanaga masks, sun lizards and scenes of life symbolically suggest sacred reverence for the life-sustaining contents of the granary. The low reliefs carving, cover several panels, and are held together by iron staples.