Sunday, April 15, 2012


Senegal multiview showing a traditional millet granary on stilts and the bridge to Fadiouth, an island made largely of clam shells; home to both a large Muslim and Christian population and birthplace of Senegal's first president, Léopold Sédar Senghor, who was also a famed writer, poet and post-colonial theorist.

Two stamps from a series on local pottery, one featuring a drinking jug and the other a water tankard. The centre stamp features a woman from the Fulani ethnic group that lives throughout many parts of West Africa.

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