Africa in all his colourful glory

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August 24th, 2014 6:55 am| by admin
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Africa Day was once again another splendid occasion as the city’s embassies from the continent gathered at Frederiksberg City Hall to enjoy cultural displays, tastings and music and take the opportunity to show off some of the hidden wonders of their countries.

(Photo: Hasse Ferrold)

Pictured are Ivory Coast ambassador Mina Balde Laurent, Benin’s ambassador Arlette Dagnon (left), and Burkina Faso’s ambassador Monique Ilboudo.

(Photo: Hasse Ferrold)

Also at Africa Day were Moroccan ambassador Raja Ghannam; Algerian ambassador Abdelhamid Boubazine; and Ugandan ambassador Zaake Kibedi (centre), who is pictured here with Peter Schoensted from the Africa Club, who just recently joined a select group of people who have visited every country in the world, and Ghannam (right).

(Photo: Hasse Ferrold)

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