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Would you believe these are made from waste

Metal combs made from shell casing, remnants of Eritrea’s many wars, are seen on display for sale inside Medebr metal market in Asmara.

Eritrea’s tradition of self-reliance comes vividly to life in Medebr market.

Used oil drums are recycled to make traditional ovens for cooking injera — a spongy bread eaten in Ethiopia and Eritrea.

Artisans construct intricate Orthodox Christian crosses.

Others pound away at sizzling scrap metal, morphing it into hoes for the planting season.

Metal combs made from shell casing.

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Would you believe these are made from waste

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