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.
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.
“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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