Tchitundu-Hulu Rock Art
Paintings and Engravings of Angola, Africa

Tchitundu-Hulu Rock Art - Paintings and Engravings of Angola, Africa
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I made this film during my seven years of fieldwork with the Ovahimba communities of Namibia and Angola. We undertook two long sojourns in the south west of Angola and documented all the rock paintings and engravings of these two sites, located near Virei in the Iona national park, a place of ...Read more

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