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Heritage Site From Last Cave Dwellers In Lesotho, Marco Longari Shares Beautiful Moment

Kome Caves in Lesotho, a heritage site, which was an escape from conflict and cannibalism for about 200 years ago but till date it is still being occupied.

Marco Longari, a newsman shared some moment by taking a photograph from the cave dwellers.

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Sharing the pictures, He captioned, “Cronache Minime. Lesotho, 2022. “Our Homes”. Lesotho’s cave dwellers. The household is among a handful of families who still inhabit the Kome Caves, a heritage site in the north of the country, first occupied about 200 years ago by local tribes seeking shelter from conflict and cannibalism.

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“Life is good, we grow our own vegetables, I can pray anytime I want,” Ntefane, a rosary around her neck, tells.”

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