Can you walk on something hanging at your feet? A walkway is defined as "a pillar equipped with steps to support the feet.
and straps to attach to your feet so that you can walk at a normal height. "Street stages are everywhere
for a long time, either for agriculture, household use, or to facilitate travel through marshlands, as some do
Parishes in France in the late 19th century.
Ancient art is often seen today at festivals, parades and street events, which are mainly used for entertainment. Among the Bana people
Legend has it that Ethiopia, living on arid land east of the Omo River, took the stage to protect itself.
attacked by wild beasts as they roamed their territory. But today if you want to move to an area called the Lower Omo Territory, where is
The bathroom is usually lively, you will find that walking on stilts is a lot of fun, especially for the boys, which makes them very happy.
bigger than the others.
Tourists continue to travel to the Bana people because apart from walking on the stage, they have unique cultures and customs.
for hundreds or thousands of years. Bathrooms, sometimes also called benna or banya, place tradition as the base. Nilotic ethnic group in
Ethiopians number around 45,000, some of which are found mainly in the area around Mount Chari near the city of Kako and the nearby savanna.
Dimeka says a report about the atlas of mankind. The bathhouse is predominantly Muslim and has a king of its own, the report added.
Some historians call them Hamer-Banna because they are Hamer's neighbors who can be found among the bushes.
excessive hills on the eastern side of the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia. It is documented that Bana actually came from them
Centuries ago, but then wandered in search of pasture to raise their livestock. To this day, although Banna is known for beekeeping,
Most of them are breeders. In the dry season, males travel long distances with their flocks in search of water and grass and harvest
But being close to their neighbor, Hamer, meant sharing the same rituals and traditions. Camp life consisted of several
A relative, a boy from Bana, to prove that they have reached the age of majority, they have to go through several rituals, one of which is cow jumping.
Ceremony. Before young men in Bana can escape marriage, own livestock, and have children, they usually have to come along
cattle jump or bull jump, such as Hamera. The young man had to jump over 15 cows to get married and
After this is done, a ceremony will be held to end the ceremony. Women sing and dance and give them the support they need.
In addition, like Hamer, the Banna man could marry more than one woman, and the bride's price was often livestock and other items. A
Husbands can also be asked to protect widows, divorced wives or wives from absent husbands, especially brothers.
Interestingly, the amazing hairstyles you will find among Banna women whose pearls are put together with almost identical oil
Hairstyles that you will find among Hamer women. Oil is applied to hair to protect it from the sun and keep it elastic.
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