The Tuareg and a History of the Sahara

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The Tuareg are nomadic people of Mali and Niger whose history goes back over a thousand years. They live in extreme conditions in the Sahara and have a rich culture of poetry, ballads and distinctive dress. This exhibition of photography, letters, drawings, maps, music and poetry is a rare chance to learn more about the 'blue men of the desert', their traditions, and the way they see themselves today.

Event website: http://www.tuaregtime.co.uk/
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