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Quthing, Lesotho - Doll and Artwork of the San Bushmen Featured Lesotho Print

Quthing, Lesotho - Doll and Artwork of the San Bushmen

Southern Africa - Artwork of the San Bushmen - Quthing District in Lesotho (Basutoland). Hunters chase and throw spears toward an Eland and an Elephant. Inset picture of a doll representing a bushman (complete with bow and quiver of arrows. Date: circa 1909

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1900s, Africa, African, Anthropological, Anthropology, Archaeological, Archaeology, Art, Artwork, Basutoland, Bushmen, Chase, Chasing, District, Doll, Eland, Elephant, Figurine, Hunt, Hunters, Hunting, Hunts, Lesotho, Painting, Quthing, Rock, San, Southern

Union of South Africa historical pageant Featured Lesotho Print

Union of South Africa historical pageant

Union of South Africa historical pageant, a re-enactment of a meeting between President Hoffman (1807-1879) and the Basotho (Lesotho) King Moshesh (Moshoeshoe I, c1786-1870) in 1854, when Hoffman gave Moshesh a goodwill present of a keg of gunpowder. The pageant was held in October 1910 to celebrate the union of two former Boer republics and two former British colonies, thereby creating a South African nation state. Date: 1910

© Mary Evans/Pharcide

San Pass, uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa Featured Lesotho Print

San Pass, uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

The uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park is in the KwaZulu Natal province of South Africa, covering 242, 813 ha of area. The park includes Royal Natal National Park, a provincial park, and covers part of the Drakensberg, the highest mountain range in Southern Africa. The park and the adjoining Sehlabathebe National Park in the Kingdom of Lesotho are part of the Maloti Drakensberg Park, which was first declared a World Heritage Site on 30 November 2000. It is described by UNESCO as having exceptional natural beauty in its soaring basaltic buttresses, incisive dramatic cutbacks, and golden sandstone ramparts.. the sites diversity of habitats protects a high level of endemic and globally threatened species, especially birds and plants also contains many caves and rock shelters with the largest and most concentrated group of paintings in Africa south of the Sahara

© Roger de la Harpe / DanitaDelimont.com