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Photos by Jan Masyn

Where are these photos taken?

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Ethiopia
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The lower valley of the Omo River in southern Ethiopia is one of the last unspoiled regions of Africa.
In this inhospitable and inaccessible area live some of the most fascinating ethnic groups of Ethiopia.
The pictures show women and children of the Mursi, the Karo, the Hamar, the Dassanech, and the Oromo tribes.
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Jan Masyn

The lower valley of the Omo River in southern Ethiopia is one of the last unspoiled regions of Africa.
In this inhospitable and inaccessible area live some of the most fascinating ethnic groups of Ethiopia.
It has been an unforgettable experience for me as a photographer to be allowed to photograph these people in their natural habitat.
The pictures show women and children of the Mursi, the Karo, the Hamar, the Dassanech, and the Oromo tribes.

Copyright Photos: Jan Masyn

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