"Nangaschlucht, ein kleines Stück des Hangs auf der Mamba-Seite" ("Nanga canyon, a small part of the slope on the Mamba-side"). The canyon is overgrown with plants and is very steep. There is a small path on the slope visible in the center of the photograph. Ca. six Africans are walking on it and carrying bundles on their heads.; Cf. photos no. 297 and 298. -- The picture was probably taken by Johannes Schanz (1876-1963). He worked as a missionary of the Leipzig Mission in Moshi and Mamba from 1901 to 1910.
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