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Koutammakou ( francavon Koutammakou, le pays des Batammariba ), tir burkaf debak ke Togoa.

Koutammakou tir tano katcalapafo izvaxo ke tawava nume bak 2004 wetce arayaf debak ke tamavafa gadakiewega ke UNESCO zo bendeyer.


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Patectoy ke Koutammakou tigisu valentrone Togoa is besasu kaike jowa koe dere Benina, va Batammariba sane bravar, i va sane dem katcalafa rasekotkirafa mona kum tawot al vanpid leca ke Togoa. Koe bat patectoy, tuwava vas migeem is folireem ke selt tikipir. Arayaf patectoy ke 500 km² tir katcalaf gu rasekotkirafa takienta mona tisa tcazeda ke seltafe dre is intaf tawamiduxoeem is aalxoeem. Jontika kolna tid tolvegemafa isen tela olkxokirafa tid adalafa gu pozackaf tazuk moe akintakoraf levak. Yona kolna tid dem azekafa kepaita isen yona dem feykorafa kepaita kum korid. Mona ton wida belcon tigid, i ton wida dem dere fiptaxo is klita is pistok is xo ta kotavesa fiptara. ~ UNESCO : Koutammakou

(en) The Koutammakou landscape in north-eastern Togo, which extends into neighbouring Benin, is home to the Batammariba whose remarkable mud tower-houses (Takienta) have come to be seen as a symbol of Togo. In this landscape, nature is strongly associated with the rituals and beliefs of society. The 50,000-ha cultural landscape is remarkable due to the architecture of its tower-houses which are a reflection of social structure; its farmland and forest; and the associations between people and landscape. Many of the buildings are two storeys high and those with granaries feature an almost spherical form above a cylindrical base. Some of the buildings have flat roofs, others have conical thatched roofs. They are grouped in villages, which also include ceremonial spaces, springs, rocks and sites reserved for initiation ceremonies. ~ UNESCO website, licence CC-BY-SA IGO 3.0


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  • (fr) Philippe is Marie Huet, Koutammakou : portraits en pays somba, Nord Bénin, Hesse, Saint-Claude-de-Diray, 2012, 155 p., ISBN 978-2-35706-021-0
  • (en) Suzanne Preston-Blier, The Anatomy of Architecture – Ontology and metaphor in Batammaliba architectural expression, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1987, 314 p., ISBN 0-226-05861-1
  • (fr) Dominique Sewane, Le souffle du mort : la tragédie de la mort chez les Batãmmariba du Togo, Bénin, Plon, 2007, 849 p., ISBN 978-2-266-17579-1
  • (fr) Dominique Sewane, Les Batãmmariba, le peuple voyant : carnets d’une ethnologue, éditions de La Martinière, Paris, 192 p., ISBN 2-7324-3209-1
  • (fr) Dominique Sewane, Bantéé N’Koué, Bakoukalébé Kpakou, Koutammakou - Lieux sacrés, éditions Hesse, 2018, ISBN 978-2-35706-041-8
  • (fr) Jean Pierre Vallat (dir.), Le Togo : lieux de mémoire et sites de conscience, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2013, 204 p., ISBN 978-2-336-29117-8

Koutammakou
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Koutammakou, arayaf debak
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