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The Gurunsi people live in fortified houses in the Tiébélé region on the border of Burkina Faso and Ghana. There are numerous ethnic sub-groups among the Gurunsi. The Gurunsi women, using guinea-fowl's feather, cover the façade of their huts with colourful geometric patterns of red, black and white, creating abstract frescoes.
Just to specify: the conical, grey stucture on the right is a granary, and that what seems a big hat is the top of it.

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