The Mud Houses of Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso ("Land of the righteous people") is a dry country in West
Africa, bordering with Mali in the north-West, the Ivory Coast in South - West,
Ghana and Togo in the south, Benin in the south - east, and Niger in the east.
This is a poor country, even by West African standards, but it is very rich
South of the country, near the border with Ghana, is a small village 120 acres
in size, called Tiébélé. This is the home of the Kassena, one of the oldest
ethnic groups settled in the territory of Burkina Faso in the 15th century.
Tiébélé known for amazing architecture and richly decorated mud walls.