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Foto di The Governor's Palace, one of the prominent buildings in the old centre of Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Horse-drawn carriage on one of the streets of Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di House with man and woman painted on the wallSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Door in a typical house in Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Street in Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Door and window in a house typical for Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Woman walking past one of the balconied buildings in Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Man selling coffee in the street of Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Early morning sunlight on one of the buildings of Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Houses of Saint Louis reflected in the Senegal River in the early morningSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Decorated pirogue docked at the shore of Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di The cathedral of Saint Louis in the early morning sunSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Man cycling past one of the typical buildings with balconies of Saint LouisSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di Two windows with sunlightSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di The Faidherbe bridge linking the island of Saint Louis with the mainlandSaint Louis - Senegal Foto di World War II bunker transformed into an art galleryGorée - Senegal Foto di Close-up of window shutters and wall in the afternoonGorée - Senegal Foto di St. Charles church in the late afternoon lightGorée - Senegal Foto di Mosque basking in the afternoon sunlight with Le Castel in the backgroundGorée - Senegal Foto di Inside the House of Slaves on Ile de GoréeGorée - Senegal Foto di Looking out over the cannon-guarded walls of the Fort d'Estrées, now housing a museumGorée - Senegal Foto di Palm trees lining the access to the citadel on the north side of the island, housing a museumGorée - Senegal Foto di Sandy street with painted houses typical of the village of GoréeGorée - Senegal Foto di Statue of enslaved couple breaking chains outside the Slave HouseGorée - Senegal Foto di Tree growing against a painted wall of a house on Gorée islandGorée - Senegal Foto di Afternoon sun shining on the cliffs of Le Castel on the southern coast of Gorée islandGorée - Senegal Foto di Door of a restaurant on Gorée islandGorée - Senegal Foto di Memorial Gorée-Almadies, commemorating the African diasporaGorée - Senegal Foto di View of Gorée Island from a distanceGorée - Senegal Foto di View of the bay of Ile de Gorée from the Fort d'EstréesGorée - Senegal Foto di One of the small houses on the riverbank of the Casamance riverZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Bell tower of the church of ZiguinchorZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Street scene in ZiguinchorZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di The riverbank of the Casamance river with palm treesZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Wall of an old buildingZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Small park in commemoration of the Joola boat disaster in which many lives were lostZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Charles de Gaulle Avenue is one of the spacious, tree-lined avenues in ZiguinchorZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di The John Paul II square with white dove statue in the middleZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Remarkable building in the centre of ZiguinchorZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Small mosque in ZiguinchorZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di The main street of Ziguinchor at duskZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Clinic in one of the monumental buildings of the cityZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Remarkable building in the centre of the cityZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di One of the main streets of Ziguinchor in the early morningZiguinchor - Senegal Foto di Painted pirogues docked on the beach west of ZiguinchorZiguinchor - Senegal

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