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ilovelibya   An Amazigh woman.  The Amazigh people are the indigenous inhabitants of North Africa which have been there before the Arab and European conquests.  Under the gaddafi regime they were discriminated against heavily by government policy.

ilovelibya An Amazigh woman. The Amazigh people are the indigenous inhabitants of North Africa which have been there before the Arab and European conquests. Under the gaddafi regime they were discriminated against heavily by government policy.

A set of silver Amazigh Fibula from Nador in the Rif region in Northern Morocco | The central silver cabachon is set with a coral bead and the chain is embellished with silver coins. |  © Sarah Corbett

A set of silver Amazigh Fibula from Nador in the Rif region in Northern Morocco. Fibulas are 'Moulee' and hallmarked. x Chains are coin embellished and 14 cm long The central silver cabachon is set with a coral bead and 10 x 18 cm total weight Price

Moroccan Berber Amazigh Woman www.liberatingdivineconsciousness.com

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colorfull fashion tarkowski:Leïla Bekhti in La Source des femmes

Image of a gorgeous berber woman making argan oil the traditional way. Check out the silver headgear!)

"Africa - Southern Moroccan Berber woman making argan oil in the traditional way © fabdo photography.

- Flag map of Berber peoples of North Africa.

Map and flags of the Amazigh (Berber) peoples, Northern Africa.

Africa | Amazigh girl in traditional costume during the Kawafil Festival.  Morocco, 2013 | ©Nawzad Skekhany.

A girl wearing a traditional tribe costume. The Amazigh are a sub group of the Berbers, a semi-nomadic people of Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and other areas of North West Africa.

Tuareg woman. Tuareg are a Berber people     With a traditionally nomadic pastoralist lifestyle. They are the principal inhabitants of the Saharan interior of North Africa.

A young married Tuareg woman. Tuareg people have traditionally been nomadic, living in northern Africa. They wear dark blue (almost black) robes and the indigo dye stains their skin blue. They've been called the 'Blue People' for this reason.

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