This is the ‘Ge Gar’ (Reception Room) of a traditional Harari House I stayed in for a week. The ‘nadaba’ (raised platforms for sitting) have five different levels and is traditionally hierarchal. As a guest, the family granted me access to all levels save the highest one.
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