This painting describes the beautiful natural resources found in Tanzania.
The mountain is Mt. Kilimanjaro which is the highest snow caped free standing mountain in Africa. There ere also beautiful wild animals represented by the giraffe. This is a poster like painting which brings great memories of being in Tanzania
Acrylic on Canvas, 60cm × 45cm~ Ramadhani
Ramadhan joined The School of St Jude in 2013 at age 8.
He is part of the Nyamwezi tribe (originally and also
Wanyamwezi they are the second-largest of over 120 ethnic groups in Tanzania. They live in the northwest central area of the country, between Lake Victoria and Lake Rukwa. The term Nyamwezi is of Swahili origin, and translates as "people of the moon".
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Ships from: Arusha, Tanzania
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