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[:RU]The market for the poor beggars[:]

[:RU]I do not know if I could have I’m here to buy something or not …
Garlic, eggs boiling on the fire the milk, slides of onion and potato, sugar cane, pieces of some bark, and God knows what.
This poor market I have not seen in any city, in any country in the world.
At the same time such a motley incredibly textured, playing with all the colors of the rainbow.
People sell what we have, to earn a pittance to feed itself. Other people buy for pennies that are on the market. Maybe a minute ago sold for pennies that were on sale at.
So live and trade …
It east Ethiopia, Harare.

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2. The market in Harare is located just at the entrance to the old town for one of the five stone gate. It seems that these gates are separated two entirely different worlds in Harare are less modern and wildly poor, some old on the other side.

The market in Harare

3. The market itself is pulled down following the widest street in the old town. There, at the far end, she still rests with only one goal. There is over and the market if it can be called.

The market in Harare

4. counter here. Traders and traders are sitting on the ground. Someone podsteliv something for themselves, some do not. Goods are laid out here, on scraps of fabric, or simply on the street. Sell ​​someone that can. This old woman, for example, sells some pieces of bark. The smell of incense, they resemble …

The market in Harare

5. Garlic, onions, chickpeas … There’s not much more pleasant to look at the small tomatoes and cabbages. East Ethiopia is quite arid, so that agriculture is not very good, and, consequently, with the food, there are some problems. This is clearly seen on the market. No vegetables or fruits are virtually no …

The market in Harare

6. A packet sunflower oil. The bottled — water. The water is sold as the most common items. The water is meant is not bottled, and typed somewhere in the source used in / from the container, which is also sold as a commodity. Yes, in Ethiopia you will not see anywhere else discarded plastic bottles. There is a valuable commodity.

The market in Harare

7. It looks like the majority of trading places. Compare with the abundance that we used to see in the ranks of vegetable

The market in Harare

8. Garlic and onions. Onion and garlic. Anywhere and everywhere.

The market in Harare

9. Eggs in these circumstances are very valuable product and the product ..

The market in Harare

10. Meat Harare very expensive compared to other regions and in selling it is very small. From mascara sold in literally every piece — meat and skin and veins, and hooves and tails …

The market in Harare

11. Market ranks …

The market in Harare

12. frying donuts without filling — the local delicacy. But it is not cheap, afford a donut can not every resident of the old city of Harare. There is such a donut 10 Birr (30 rubles).

The market in Harare

13. They trade some women …

The market in Harare

14. Street coffeehouse. Here you will cook delicious Ethiopian coffee 5 Birr.
Cook it in a homemade wood-primus

The market in Harare

15. Merchant sugar cane. Pieces of the stem just cleaned and bite, sucking the sweet pulp inside

The market in Harare

16. Merchant milk. Milk is sold boiled by heating it right there, all the same wood-Primus. Tara — dirty yellow plastic canister. Milk is cow’s, goat’s there. Goats in Ethiopia very much.

The market in Harare

17. Passing from the burning African sun. Here, in the east of Ethiopia, much hotter than even in the south, where we went a few days

The market in Harare

18. By evening, the market begins to converge the people who returned from the various works, and shopping streets are animated a little bit.

The market in Harare

19. Dairy ranks

The market in Harare

20. Spices and bags tefom. Tefe — local herb main Ethiopia. Here from it bake injera — sour cakes, replacing the Ethiopians bread and fork.

The market in Harare

21. Market hairdresser

The market in Harare

22. The last hour before sunset — the most brisk in the market. Buyers need to have time to buy home products sellers — to sell something to earn their pennies and bring home some food.
Living in Harare rather poorly. Especially here, in the old town …

The market in Harare

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