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African Frame

Updated at 2024-02-25

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The most eye-catching aspect of the frame is the accessory around the figure's neck, revealing the value that African people attach to necklaces. People in African countries believe that the neck is the source of life. Therefore, wearing a necklace is not only a fashion statement but also a means of protecting life. Necklaces are also symboles of power and status among African tribes, where one with a higher status would wear heavior accessories around the neck. This is also way most traditional African accessories have strong and dominating aesthetic designs.

Details

Name
African Frame
Giver
Calisto Moisés Cossa, Mayor of Matola
Friendly States
Republic of Malawi
City
Matola

Language: Portuguese
Area: 373 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 1,302,000 people
Main Industries/Features: Matola is Mozambique's largest industrial region. There are petroleum refineries within the city.

Category
Paintings、Handicrafts
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