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10 Real Life Giants You Won’t Believe Exist

10 GIANTS IN REAL LIFE Real Life Giants You Won't Believe Actually EXIST! Welcome back to another episode of Real Bizarre. Today we`re talking about giants. ...

Banza man of Province de l'Equateur - now Equator Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo © Casimir Zagourski African postcards, via: Manuscripts & Archives, Yale University African Tribes, African Diaspora, African Braids, Afro Punk, African Culture, African History, African Masks, African Art, African Hairstyles

Beautiful Hairstyles You Can’t Help But Fall in Love With During the Weekends - MOMO AFRICA

Hello ladies! Work week is over, the weekend is finally here. It’s time to let your hair loose. It’s up to you to decide whether you want to cut it, tie it, pin it, braid it, permit, or put a weave on. For weekend hairstyles, there’s often war between giving off an tousled locks that […]

Holi-Yoruba woman with beautiful facial scarification. African Tribes, African Women, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, African Tattoo, Yoruba People, Afrique Art, Culture Art, Tribal People

Scarification – Collecting African Tribal Art

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Robert Wadlow, the world’s tallest man in history, with his parents and siblings in Alton, Illinois, He continued to grow until his death at the age of 22 when he was 8 ft 11 inches tall. Human Oddities, Tall People, Giant People, Tall Guys, Tall Man, Interesting History, World History, Historical Photos, Belle Photo

The life of the tallest man who ever lived is utterly fascinating

This is the incredible life of Robert Wadlow, whose hands measured a foot long and whose arms spanned 9 feet 5 inches. Robert Pershing Wadlow was born February 22, 1918, and weighed a healthy 8 pounds 6 ounces. Soon after his birth, he began to grow at an astounding rate.As a kindergartner, 5-year-old Wadlow wore clothes intended for a 17-year-old. Three years later, Wadlow towered at a height of 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighed nearly 200 pounds. Here's Wadlow's height and weight

Ụ́kpụ́rụ́ : Photo Young married woman from Achalla Awka wearing a wig, north-central Igbo area, Nigeria. Photo: K. African Tribes, African Diaspora, African Women, African Art, African Culture, African History, Ghana Culture, African Origins, Skin Girl


ukpuru: “Young married woman from Achalla Awka wearing a wig, north-central Igbo area, Nigeria. Photo: K. C. Murray, 1939. ”

Mwila woman with necklace - Southern Angola. Famous for their hairstyles women coat their hair with red paste called ''oncula'' which is made of crushed red stone with a mix of oil crushed tree bark dried cow dung and herbs. Eric Lafforgue, African Tribes, African Women, We Are The World, People Around The World, Beautiful World, Beautiful People, Arte Tribal, Tribal People

Mwila giant necklace - Angola

Mwila (or Mwela, Mumuhuila, or Muhuila) women are famous for their very special hairstyles. Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair. Besides they decorate their hairstyle with beads, cauri shells (real or plastic ones) and even dried food. Shaving the forehead is considered as a sign of beauty…

Credit: Edmond Demaître /© musée du quai Branly An 'embroidered' tattoo on the back of a native of Gasmata, Papua New Guinea, circa These body ornamentations were produced by scarification African Tribes, African Diaspora, African Art, Afro Punk, Art Afro, Ethno Style, Tribal People, Indigenous Art, African Culture

How tattoos evolved down the ages – in pictures

Tatoueurs, Tatoués runs from Tuesday 6 May until 18 October at the Museum of Indigenous Arts in Paris