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Lehnert and Landrock, 1924 algerian women going for an outing to a cemetery. Harem pants inspiration

Public Gaze - Women, Morocco - Lehnert and Landrock, 1924

The Algerian Culture

Al-Kahina (Berber Queen, Religious and Military leader, mid Century CE)

mauresque d'Alger Algeria Arab White Cotton Kaftan Turban. Lalla Fatma N'Soumer?

mauresque d'Alger Algeria Arab White Cotton Kaftan Turban. Lalla Fatma N'Soumer?

Alger, 2 juillet 1962. D'abord drapeau des combatant du FLN, la bannière vert, blanc et rouge devient le drapeau national algérien.

First FLN combatant flag, the green, white and red banner becomes the national flag of Algeria, July Photo credit: Marc Riboud — in Algiers, Algeria.

Algerian woman's outdoor costume - Harem pants - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

century Algerian woman wearing the traditional pants which inspired 'harem pants'.

Colors in Morocco

The scene is of handmade buckets of dye. Slaves + workers (who were underpaid + so skinny + frail) would dye the leather in these buckets. This is how they get such rich colors over there. It was beautiful to see in person.

Pictured is a women from Northern Africa. Make up is popular for females in all cultures around the world, but in Africa they take it to another "level." Some use face paint on top of bright/vibrant colored make up. They paint can symbol different things depending on the countries or tribes they are in.

TAUREG WOMAN The Tuareg (also spelled Twareg or Touareg; endonym Imuhagh) are a Berber people with a traditionally nomadic pastoralist lifestyle. They are the principal inhabitants of the Saharan interior of North Africa.

Reliefs depicting the Goddess Hathor, Second Pylon, Temple of Isis, Island of Philae, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Aswan, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Depiction of the Goddess Hathor (patron Goddess of Joy, Celebration and Love) Temple of Isis (Island of Philae, Aswan, Egypt)

Lieutenant General Patton in North Africa, 1943.

[Photo] Lieutenant General Patton in North Africa, 1943