Ghana and Burkina Faso: Traditional Gourounsi Wall Pattern - Stock Image

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In northern Ghana and southern Burkina Faso, the Gourounsi (or Gurunsi) tribe traditionally paints their houses and other buildings in bright tritones of white, black and red-orange.

These designs are not individual expressions for each building but belong to a traditional set of patterns shared in common by the whole tribe for at least 150 years.

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