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Photos of Maasai Women from Morogoro Tanzania (Taken by Photograper Ewa-Mari Johannson) are being exhibited at the Museum of Ethnograph in Stockholm.

The exhibition which was inaugurated on the 14th January 2009 by Ms. Victoria Mwakasege, Charge D' Affaires a.i Embassy of Tanzania will be at the Museum until 13th April 2009.  During her opening speech, Ms. Mwakasege thanked Ms. Johannson for portraying a positive image of an African woman.

 Photos by Ewa-Mari Johannson

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 The Inauguration Ceremony in Photos



 Ms. Victoria Mwakasege being welcomed by Mr. Anders Björklund, Director of the Museum.


 Ms. Victoria Mwakasege signing the guest book at the Ethnograph Museum.


 Ms. Mwakasege and Ms. Ewa-Mari Johannsson, the Photographer


 Ms. Mwakasge and Ms.... Museum Staff


 Welcoming speech by the Director

 The Guest of Honour and other guests listening to the welcoming speech by the Director

Ms. Ewa-Mari Johannson delivering her opening speech

 Ms. Mwakasege delivering her speech and opening the exhibition to the public

 Various photos of guests during the inauguration

Last Updated ( Monday, 26 January 2009 )
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