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Lagos, Nigeria in Africa

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Featured Lagos Print

A man rinses soot from his face, Lagos 2006

A man rinses soot from his face at the scene of a gas pipeline explosion near Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos December 26, 2006. Up to 500 people were burned alive on Tuesday when fuel from a vandalised pipeline exploded in Nigeria's largest city, Lagos, emergency workers said. Hundreds of residents of the Abule Egba district went to scoop fuel using plastic containers after thieves punctured the underground pipeline overnight to siphon fuel into a road tanker, locals said. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)

Featured Lagos Print

A shrine figure depicting a warrior in the full battle dress of the 19th C Yoruba

A shrine figure depicting a warrior in the full battle dress of the 19th C Yoruba wars carried on the shoulders of a retainer. These figures were found during the 1960's still in use in a cult house in Isare a town in the north east of the Yoruba area. Country of Origin: Nigeria. Culture: Yoruba. Date/Period: Early 19th C. Place of Origin: Isare town. Material Size: Wood, h=33 ins. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive / National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Lagos. Location: 11

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images

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Copper sculpture of a woman, Nupe, central Nigeria, c late 13th-14th century. Artist

Copper sculpture of a woman, Nupe, central Nigeria, c late 13th-14th century. The legendary hero Tsoede is reputed to have brought this sculpture back to Nupe on his escape from Idah, the Igala capital, in the 16th century. The dynasty of kings which he founded ruled until the Fulani jihads of the 19th century. More recently the sculpture was washed in the Niger each Friday to promote fertility. From the National Museum, Lagos, Nigeria

© Werner Forman Archive / National Museum, Lagos, Nigeria / Heritage-Images