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Sculpture

Updated at 2024-05-25

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Humans are naturally attracted to beauty. This is particularly true in Africa. This sculture presents the aesthetics of an African woman. Traditional African clothing are "draped" rather than "worn." In other words, pieces of cloth are wrapped like a shawl around the upper body and like a dress at the waist. The head is typically accessories with a similar cloth. African women love bright colors and bold patterns. Bright red, emerald green, and indigo are often used for clothing.

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Name
Sculpture
Giver
Vasco da Gama Chairman of Johannesburg City Council
Friendly States
Republic of South Africa
City
Johannesburg

Language: English, Afrikaans
Area: Approx. 269 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 6,320,000 people
Main Industries/Features: Johannesburg, also known as the City of Gold, is the largest city in South Africa. It is the economic, political, cultural, and tourism center of South Africa and one of the most famous international metropolitans in the world.

Category
Handicrafts、Metal、Carvings
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