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Stock Photo #4272-17073, The eyes of a Lamu woman wearing a traditional black Islamic dress and face veil. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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The eyes of a Lamu woman wearing a traditional black Islamic dress and face veil. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Momba...
The eyes of a Lamu woman wearing a traditional black Islamic dress and face veil. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4272-18299, Kenya. A Lamu woman in fashionable Muslim dress watches the procession to mark Maulidi, from an elevated archway.
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Kenya. A Lamu woman in fashionable Muslim dress watches the procession to mark Maulidi, from an elevated archway.
Stock Photo #4272-17194, A Lamu woman wearing a traditional black Islamic dress and face veil Situated 150 miles north-northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Lamu woman wearing a traditional black Islamic dress and face veil Situated 150 miles north-northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town...
A Lamu woman wearing a traditional black Islamic dress and face veil Situated 150 miles north-northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4272-17141, A Swahili woman winnows grain outside her home while her young son grasps a large pestle and mortar beside her. Her house, like most others in the village, is made of coral rag. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years.
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A Swahili woman winnows grain outside her home while her young son grasps a large pestle and mortar beside her. Her house, li...
A Swahili woman winnows grain outside her home while her young son grasps a large pestle and mortar beside her. Her house, like most others in the village, is made of coral rag. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years.
Stock Photo #1890-23125, Veiled woman, Lamu, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Stock Photo #1896R-6233, Muslim woman in traditional clothing abbaya walking in one of Lamu´s narrow streets. Kenya, Africa
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Muslim woman in traditional clothing abbaya walking in one of Lamu´s narrow streets. Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-18267, Kenya. Lamu women in fashionable Muslim dress.
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Kenya. Lamu women in fashionable Muslim dress.
Stock Photo #4272-17138, A woman makes makuti, a thatch from dried fronds of coconut palms, outside her home in Faza village. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years. It was destroyed by Pate in the 13th century and again by the Portuguese in 1586.
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A woman makes makuti, a thatch from dried fronds of coconut palms, outside her home in Faza village. The chequered history of...
A woman makes makuti, a thatch from dried fronds of coconut palms, outside her home in Faza village. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years. It was destroyed by Pate in the 13th century and again by the Portuguese in 1586.
Stock Photo #1890-92800, Lamu Fort, Lamu, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Lamu Fort, Lamu, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
Stock Photo #1889-59473, Woman on boardwalk, Lamu Archipelago, Kenya, Africa
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Woman on boardwalk, Lamu Archipelago, Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #4029R-350487, Muslim woman in Lamu Town, Kenya Africa
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Muslim woman in Lamu Town, Kenya Africa
Stock Photo #1566-811426, Woman walking down narrow stone streets of Lamu town - Lamu Island, Kenya
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Woman walking down narrow stone streets of Lamu town - Lamu Island, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-17386, Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil with a brightly decorated wrap to offset her black dress.
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Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil with a brightly decorated wrap to offset ...
Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil with a brightly decorated wrap to offset her black dress.
Stock Photo #4272-18269, Kenya. Lamu women in fashionable Muslim dress. One lady has traditional henna hand designs
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Kenya. Lamu women in fashionable Muslim dress. One lady has traditional henna hand designs
Stock Photo #1525R-196973, Girl at Manda Bay Resort
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Stock Photo #4272-17165, A typical street scene in one of the poorer areas of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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A typical street scene in one of the poorer areas of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag wit...
A typical street scene in one of the poorer areas of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #4272-17169, A typical street scene in Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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A typical street scene in Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a...
A typical street scene in Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #4029R-351319, Girl at Manda Bay Resort
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Stock Photo #1890-92801, Lamu Fort, Lamu, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Lamu Fort, Lamu, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
Stock Photo #1890-92799, The narrow streets of Lamu Town, Lamu, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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The narrow streets of Lamu Town, Lamu, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-17192, A Lamu woman demonstrates the use of the shiraa, a tent like cloth held up with two sticks, which obscured the face and body of a woman when she ventured outside her home one hundred years ago. Situated 150 miles north -northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Lamu woman demonstrates the use of the shiraa, a tent like cloth held up with two sticks, which obscured the face and body ...
A Lamu woman demonstrates the use of the shiraa, a tent like cloth held up with two sticks, which obscured the face and body of a woman when she ventured outside her home one hundred years ago. Situated 150 miles north -northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #1889-45438, Woman between two buildings, Kenya, Africa
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Stock Photo #4029R-362718, Muslim woman in Lamu Town, Kenya Africa
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Muslim woman in Lamu Town, Kenya Africa
Stock Photo #4272-17140, A Swahili woman winnows grain outside her home while her young son grasps a large pestle and mortar beside her. Her house, like most others in the village, is made of coral rag. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years.
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A Swahili woman winnows grain outside her home while her young son grasps a large pestle and mortar beside her. Her house, li...
A Swahili woman winnows grain outside her home while her young son grasps a large pestle and mortar beside her. Her house, like most others in the village, is made of coral rag. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years.
Stock Photo #4272-17187, A Swahili woman in Lamu makes makuti, a coconut palm thatch used extensively as a roofing material on houses all along the East African Coast. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Swahili woman in Lamu makes makuti, a coconut palm thatch used extensively as a roofing material on houses all along the Ea...
A Swahili woman in Lamu makes makuti, a coconut palm thatch used extensively as a roofing material on houses all along the East African Coast. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4272-17137, A woman makes makuti, a thatch from dried fronds of coconut palms, outside her home in Faza village. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years. It was destroyed by Pate in the 13th century and again by the Portuguese in 1586.
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A woman makes makuti, a thatch from dried fronds of coconut palms, outside her home in Faza village. The chequered history of...
A woman makes makuti, a thatch from dried fronds of coconut palms, outside her home in Faza village. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years. It was destroyed by Pate in the 13th century and again by the Portuguese in 1586.
Stock Photo #4272-17163, A Swahili woman in brightly coloured attire stands on the upstairs balcony of her storied house in Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Their wooden doors and frames are often beautifully carved. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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A Swahili woman in brightly coloured attire stands on the upstairs balcony of her storied house in Pate Village. All the buil...
A Swahili woman in brightly coloured attire stands on the upstairs balcony of her storied house in Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Their wooden doors and frames are often beautifully carved. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #1525R-196974, Girl at Manda Bay Resort
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Stock Photo #4272-17191, A Lamu woman demonstrates the use of the shiraa, a tent like cloth held up with two sticks, which obscured the face and body of a woman when she ventured outside her home one hundred years ago. Situated 150 miles north -northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Lamu woman demonstrates the use of the shiraa, a tent like cloth held up with two sticks, which obscured the face and body ...
A Lamu woman demonstrates the use of the shiraa, a tent like cloth held up with two sticks, which obscured the face and body of a woman when she ventured outside her home one hundred years ago. Situated 150 miles north -northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #1889-59481, Family at Manda Bay Resort, Kenya, Africa
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Family at Manda Bay Resort, Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-17182, A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 mile...
A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4272-17180, A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 mile...
A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #1792-70383, Kenya, Lamu island, Lamu city listed as World Heritage by UNESCO,
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Stock Photo #4272-18268, Kenya. Lamu women in fashionable Muslim dress.
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Kenya. Lamu women in fashionable Muslim dress.
Stock Photo #4272-17166, A typical street scene in one of the poorer areas of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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A typical street scene in one of the poorer areas of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag wit...
A typical street scene in one of the poorer areas of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #1606-187318, Medersa (kuranic school) in Lamu Lamu town. Kenya.
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Medersa (kuranic school) in Lamu Lamu town. Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-17071, A pretty Lamu girl has applied jewels on two of her teeth for beauty. When she leaves her home, she will must likely wear a face veil as a sign of Islamic modesty. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A pretty Lamu girl has applied jewels on two of her teeth for beauty. When she leaves her home, she will must likely wear a f...
A pretty Lamu girl has applied jewels on two of her teeth for beauty. When she leaves her home, she will must likely wear a face veil as a sign of Islamic modesty. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #1899-29594, Woman in traditional Muslim dress. A woman wearing a traditional Muslim burqa walks along a street in Lamu. Lamu, Kenya, 1947. Lamu, Coast, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
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Woman in traditional Muslim dress. A woman wearing a traditional Muslim burqa walks along a street in Lamu. Lamu, Kenya, 1947...
Woman in traditional Muslim dress. A woman wearing a traditional Muslim burqa walks along a street in Lamu. Lamu, Kenya, 1947. Lamu, Coast, Kenya, Eastern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #4272-17183, A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 mile...
A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4272-18266, Kenya. Lamu women in fashionable Muslim dress.
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Stock Photo #1792-69618, Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu City listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Young Muslim Woman
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Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu City listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Young Muslim Woman
Stock Photo #4272-17384, Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town elegantly dressed in a buibui or face veil.
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Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town elegantly dressed in a buibui or face veil.
Stock Photo #4029R-317650, Girl at Manda Bay Resort
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Stock Photo #1890-139126, Narrow alley, Old Town, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lamu Island, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Narrow alley, Old Town, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lamu Island, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-18270, Kenya. Lamu women in fashionable Muslim dress. One lady has traditional henna hand designs
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Stock Photo #4272-17396, Kenya, Lamu Island, Shela. Washing day at Shela village.
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Kenya, Lamu Island, Shela. Washing day at Shela village.
Stock Photo #4272-17181, A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 mile...
A Swahili woman dressed in black to signify her Muslim faith walks through the narrow streets of Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #1889-45436, Girl with a cart of fresh produce in Kenya, Africa
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Girl with a cart of fresh produce in Kenya, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-17164, Swahili women in brightly coloured attire walk through the narrow streets of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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Swahili women in brightly coloured attire walk through the narrow streets of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are cons...
Swahili women in brightly coloured attire walk through the narrow streets of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #4029R-257571, Girl at Manda Bay Resort
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Stock Photo #4272-17399, Kenya, Lamu archipelago, Pate Island. An old woman on Pate Island inserts a buffalo horn earplug into her pierced earlobe. The rims of her ears are decorated with gold rings.
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Kenya, Lamu archipelago, Pate Island. An old woman on Pate Island inserts a buffalo horn earplug into her pierced earlobe. Th...
Kenya, Lamu archipelago, Pate Island. An old woman on Pate Island inserts a buffalo horn earplug into her pierced earlobe. The rims of her ears are decorated with gold rings.
Stock Photo #1889-59478, Woman looking out at the water, Manda Bay Resort, Kenya, Africa
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Stock Photo #1606-187137, Lamu town street Lamu town. Kenya.
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Lamu town street Lamu town. Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-17190, Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mo...
Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4272-17168, A Swahili woman leaves her large double storied building in Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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A Swahili woman leaves her large double storied building in Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral ...
A Swahili woman leaves her large double storied building in Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #1850-9814, Kenya, Lamu Island, People, Portrait Of Veiled Woman.
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Stock Photo #4272-17393, Kenya, Lamu Island, Shela. A Muslim woman with a face veil wearing a brightly coloured wrap.
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Kenya, Lamu Island, Shela. A Muslim woman with a face veil wearing a brightly coloured wrap.
Stock Photo #4272-17184, One of the narrow shopping streets in Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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One of the narrow shopping streets in Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th...
One of the narrow shopping streets in Lamu town. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #1889R-49044, Having fun, Kenya, Africa
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Stock Photo #4272-17189, A Swahili woman in Lamu grinds rice using an old hand operated grinding wheel. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Swahili woman in Lamu grinds rice using an old hand operated grinding wheel. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa,...
A Swahili woman in Lamu grinds rice using an old hand operated grinding wheel. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #1525R-196972, Girl at Manda Bay Resort
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Stock Photo #4272-17126, A typical street scene in the fishing village of Kisingitini, a natural harbour on Pate Island. Almost all the houses there are constructed of coral rag or from coral blocks with thatch made from coconut palm fronds, known as makuti. With no roads or cars on the island, donkeys are rode and used to carry loads.
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A typical street scene in the fishing village of Kisingitini, a natural harbour on Pate Island. Almost all the houses there a...
A typical street scene in the fishing village of Kisingitini, a natural harbour on Pate Island. Almost all the houses there are constructed of coral rag or from coral blocks with thatch made from coconut palm fronds, known as makuti. With no roads or cars on the island, donkeys are rode and used to carry loads.
Stock Photo #1566-811428, Woman walking down narrow stone streets of Lamu town - Lamu Island, Kenya
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Woman walking down narrow stone streets of Lamu town - Lamu Island, Kenya
Stock Photo #4272-17069, Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Henna stains skin an orange-red hue and its thick brownish paste must not be removed for at least an hour after application. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Henna stains skin an orange-red hue and ...
Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Henna stains skin an orange-red hue and its thick brownish paste must not be removed for at least an hour after application. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4272-17195, A Pokomo woman in bright cotton clothing makes a small woven basket. The Pokomo people are of Bantu origin and live along the banks of the Tana River southwest of Lamu.
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A Pokomo woman in bright cotton clothing makes a small woven basket. The Pokomo people are of Bantu origin and live along the...
A Pokomo woman in bright cotton clothing makes a small woven basket. The Pokomo people are of Bantu origin and live along the banks of the Tana River southwest of Lamu.
Stock Photo #4272-17385, Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil but dressed in an attractively decorated black dress.
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Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil but dressed in an attractively decorated ...
Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil but dressed in an attractively decorated black dress.
Stock Photo #4272-17172, A Swahili woman of Pate Island wears vipete gold earrings that were widely worn in Pate Village as a manifestation of a persons wealth. They are very rarely seen today. Gold rings in a womans nose are also ornaments that are no longer in fashion. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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A Swahili woman of Pate Island wears vipete gold earrings that were widely worn in Pate Village as a manifestation of a perso...
A Swahili woman of Pate Island wears vipete gold earrings that were widely worn in Pate Village as a manifestation of a persons wealth. They are very rarely seen today. Gold rings in a womans nose are also ornaments that are no longer in fashion. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #4029R-420507, Muslim woman in Lamu Town, Kenya Africa
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Muslim woman in Lamu Town, Kenya Africa
Stock Photo #3153-591608, africa, kenya, lamu, hennè tatoo
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Stock Photo #1792-70365, Kenya, Lamu island, Lamu city listed as World Heritage by UNESCO,
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Stock Photo #1792-69617, Kenya, Lamu island, Lamu city listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, young muslim girl
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Stock Photo #1890-138475, Narrow alley with Moslem women, Old Town, Lamu Island, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Narrow alley with Moslem women, Old Town, Lamu Island, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
Stock Photo #4272-16138, Bush style, relaxing in a Lamu bed at Cheli & Peacock's Mara Camp.(MR)
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Bush style, relaxing in a Lamu bed at Cheli & Peacock's Mara Camp.(MR)
Stock Photo #4272-17162, A Swahili woman in brightly coloured attire walks through the narrow streets of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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A Swahili woman in brightly coloured attire walks through the narrow streets of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are c...
A Swahili woman in brightly coloured attire walks through the narrow streets of Pate Village. All the buildings in Pate are constructed of coral rag with makuti roofs, which are a type of thatch made from coconut palm fronds. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #4272-17173, A Swahili woman of Pate Island wears vipete gold earrings that were widely worn in Pate Village as a manifestation of a persons wealth. They are very rarely seen today. Gold rings in a womans nose are also ornaments that are no longer in fashion. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
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A Swahili woman of Pate Island wears vipete gold earrings that were widely worn in Pate Village as a manifestation of a perso...
A Swahili woman of Pate Island wears vipete gold earrings that were widely worn in Pate Village as a manifestation of a persons wealth. They are very rarely seen today. Gold rings in a womans nose are also ornaments that are no longer in fashion. Pate was established by Arabs from Arabia in the 13th century, or possibly earlier.
Stock Photo #4272-17134, A woman and her children at Faza village on Pate Island, which can only be approached by sailing boats at high tide along a tidal inlet lined with mangrove trees. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years.
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A woman and her children at Faza village on Pate Island, which can only be approached by sailing boats at high tide along a t...
A woman and her children at Faza village on Pate Island, which can only be approached by sailing boats at high tide along a tidal inlet lined with mangrove trees. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years.
Stock Photo #1890-92817, Muslim girl, Lamu, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Stock Photo #1566-810970, Portrait of woman in Lamu Town - Lamu Island, Kenya
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Portrait of woman in Lamu Town - Lamu Island, Kenya
Stock Photo #4187-25463, Young Woman in Traditional Veils
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Stock Photo #4272-17383, Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil but dressed in an attractive embroidered black dress.
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Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil but dressed in an attractive embroidered ...
Kenya, Lamu Island, Lamu. A Muslim woman of Lamu town wearing a buibui or face veil but dressed in an attractive embroidered black dress.
Stock Photo #4272-17070, Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Henna stains skin an orange-red hue and its thick brownish paste must not be removed for at least an hour after application. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Henna stains skin an orange-red hue and ...
Lamu women are expert in intricate hand and body designs using henna and other dyes. Henna stains skin an orange-red hue and its thick brownish paste must not be removed for at least an hour after application. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4187-19884, Swahili Woman Wearing Chador with Girl
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Swahili Woman Wearing Chador with Girl
Stock Photo #1525R-196971, Girl at Manda Bay Resort
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Girl at Manda Bay Resort
Stock Photo #1606-187317, Medersa (kuranic school) in Lamu Lamu town. Kenya.
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Medersa (kuranic school) in Lamu Lamu town. Kenya.
Stock Photo #1701R-6856, Lamu, Kenya.
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Lamu, Kenya.
Stock Photo #4272-17188, A Swahili woman in Lamu makes makuti, a coconut palm thatch used extensively as a roofing material on houses all along the East African Coast. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
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A Swahili woman in Lamu makes makuti, a coconut palm thatch used extensively as a roofing material on houses all along the Ea...
A Swahili woman in Lamu makes makuti, a coconut palm thatch used extensively as a roofing material on houses all along the East African Coast. Situated 150 miles north northeast of Mombasa, Lamu town dates from the 15th century AD.
Stock Photo #4029R-366993, Girl at Manda Bay Resort
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Stock Photo #4272-17142, Seated on a wooden stool outside her home in Faza village, an old Swahili woman makes twine out of the coir of rotted coconut husks. She does this by rolling the fibre up and down her thigh. The twine is highly resistant to salt water and is used for rigging in preference to nylon. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years.
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Seated on a wooden stool outside her home in Faza village, an old Swahili woman makes twine out of the coir of rotted coconut...
Seated on a wooden stool outside her home in Faza village, an old Swahili woman makes twine out of the coir of rotted coconut husks. She does this by rolling the fibre up and down her thigh. The twine is highly resistant to salt water and is used for rigging in preference to nylon. The chequered history of Faza dates back several hundred years.
Stock Photo #4272-18248, Kenya. A Muslim woman from Lamu wearing brightly coloured clothes.
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Kenya. A Muslim woman from Lamu wearing brightly coloured clothes.
Stock Photo #1889-45439, Muslim woman with head covering, Kenya, Africa
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Muslim woman with head covering, Kenya, Africa

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