Herero Village

Type: Traditional Village, Culture
Also found in Namibia and Angola, the Herero people belong to the Bantu group and are known by the ochre painted women who coat their skin in a mixture of fat and ochre to protect it from the harsh rays of the sun. There are only about 240 000 tribe members alive today. The Herero people differ depending on the region from where they came.
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