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832-379980 - Women crushing tree bark in a large mortar made of wood, making powder for medicine against fowlpox, village of Toeghin, Oubritenga province, Plateau Central region, Burkina Faso, Africa *** IMPORTANT: Use by development aid organizations in Germany only after consultation. ***
1188-876 - Citadel of Sacsahuayman, a native Inca complex surrounded by walls that were made by fitting stones tightly together without mortar, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cusco Region, Peru, South America
1188-877 - Citadel of Sacsahuayman, a native Inca complex surrounded by walls that were made by fitting stones tightly together without mortar, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cusco Region, Peru, South America
802-60 - A local boy grinds millet by hand using a huge mortar and pestle, Tsaranoro Velley, Andringitra National Park, near the provincial city of Fianarantsoa, southern Madagsacar, Africa
83-12172 - The Temple of the Sun, showing classic Inca mortar-less stonework and a trapezoidal doorway, at the most important Inca site in Ecuador, at elevation of 3230m, Ingapirca, Canar Province, Southern Highlands, Ecuador, South America
83-12166 - Ceremonial Plaza and the unique elliptical structure of the Temple of the Sun, which exhibits classic Inca mortar-less stonework, at Ecuador's most important Inca site, Ingapirca, Canar Province, Southern Highlands, Ecuador, South America
83-12167 - Ceremonial Plaza and the unique elliptical structure of the Temple of the Sun, which exhibits classic Inca mortar-less stonework, at Ecuador's most important Inca site, Ingapirca, Canar Province, Southern Highlands, Ecuador, South America
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