Kome Rock Paintings

Kome Rock Paintings

learning about the culture and history of the heavenly kingdom Lesotho

Location: 

Sehlabathebe National Park, Lesotho

Duration: 

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Kome: home of ancient rock paintings and 4 generations of residents
  2. National Park: high entrance, but only a small part to local residents
  3. Guide: learning about the culture and history of Kingdom Lesotho
  4. Kingdom: calculating the generations since the founders grandfather
  5. Rock Paintings: most paintings are faded out and very hard to see

Image sources

  1. Caves of Kome
  2. Rock paintings
  3. Local residents
  4. Living in the Cave
  5. View over Kome

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