Burkina Faso : Land of upright people
Sculpture symposium on Laongo granite in the central region to see...
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The ruins of Loropéni, Burkina Faso's first site on the UNESCO World Heritage List
The Karfiguéla waterfalls are one of the most important sites in Burkina Faso.
Located about fifteen kilometers from the town of Banfora, the domes of Fabédougou ...
Among the tourist sites in Burkina Faso, the most attractive place for tourists is the village of Tiébélé .
Warba is a traditional dance of the Mossi people in Burkina Faso.
The Dozos are formidable hunters present in western Burkina.
The Gourounsi are an ethnic group present in Burkina Faso and Ghana.
The mausoleum of the great warrior Tiéfo AMORO is located in Noumoundara about 20 km from Bobo .
Princess Guimbi OUATTARA was born in Bobo Dioulasso (Burkina Faso) in 1836.
Barani, a village located in western Burkina Faso in the Mouhoun loop region.
You will certainly be impressed by the majestic mosques of Bani.
Bazoulé is a village in Burkina Faso, located in the department of Tanghin-Dassouri ...
The majestic royal palace of Kokologo is located about 40 km from the capital Ouagadougou.
Gossina is a department of Burkina Faso located in the province of Nayala in the Boucle du Mouhoun region.
The Artisanal Village, a veritable melting pot of talent, is an ideal platform for all the country's artisans, whose vitality and creativity it confirms.
The Peulhs are one of the main ethnic groups in Burkina Faso. They represent 10% of the population.
These crocodiles represent the souls of the descendants of the Kaboré family in Sabou.
Le village de Nianssogoni, petit village semi-troglodyte, perché en haut d’une falaise, qui servit de refuge à une communauté menacée par la guerre.
The Lobis are an ethnic group present in the extreme south of Burkina Faso, in the Gaoua area...
Termitières en dôme ou en cathédrale (Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso : pays Lobi et Banfora).
Les Bissa (ou Bussansi) forment un grand groupe ethnique dont le territoire se situe au sud de Koupéla.
The Douna caves are a natural site coupled with a historical site.
Rocks cut to size by the phenomena of nature bear no trace of human action.
Basketry is a widespread craft among women in Burkina Faso; in some ethnic groups each woman must know how to make baskets according to her needs.
Gani is a rural commune located in the Gomboro department of the Sourou province in the Boucle du Mouhoun region of Burkina Faso.
In Burkina Faso, pottery is omnipresent, both in the cities and in the villages.
The site of Tiwêga is an archaeological and cultural site presenting paleo-metallurgical remains dating back 2700 years.
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