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Antananarivo, Madagascar in Africa

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Roosters participate in a traditional Malagasy cockfighting contest in Ambohimangakely Featured Antananarivo Print

Roosters participate in a traditional Malagasy cockfighting contest in Ambohimangakely

Roosters participate in a traditional Malagasy cockfighting (combat des coqs) contest in Ambohimangakely near Madagascar's capital Antananarivo, October 27, 2013. Hundreds of participants with their roosters took part in the contentious practice of cockfighting that is tremendously popular on the island-nation of Madagascar, where locals make a living by breeding roosters as well as placing bets in weekly tournaments, said the local organizers. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (MADAGASCAR - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

The Kabary Plain, Andohalo, Antananarivo, Madagascar, 1895. Creator: Colonel Stewart Featured Antananarivo Print

The Kabary Plain, Andohalo, Antananarivo, Madagascar, 1895. Creator: Colonel Stewart

The Kabary Plain, Andohalo, Antananarivo, Madagascar, 1895. Open area in the Malagasy capital, possibly used for making speeches. Kabary is a highly stylized form of speech in Malagasy culture. From "Round the World in Pictures and Photographs: From London Bridge to Charing Cross via Yokohama and Chicago". [George Newnes Ltd, London, 1895]

An attractive Malagasy home of the Betsileo people Featured Antananarivo Print

An attractive Malagasy home of the Betsileo people

An attractive Malagasy home of the Betsileo people who live southwest of the capital, Antananarivo. Most houses built by the Betsileo are double-storied with kitchens and living quarters located on the first floor. Almost all of them have wooden balconies and some have outside staircases. Livestock is often kept in the ground floor of a house overnight. The Betsileo are industrious people and expert rice farmers. Their terraced, irrigated paddy fields are a feature of Madagascar's southern landscape

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