The massive mosque built once a year

The massive mosque built once a year

During La Crépissage, residents of Djenné, Mali, work together to repair and rebuild the Grand Mosque, the world’s largest mud-brick structure.

The massive mosque built once a year View image of A structure in the sand (Credit: Credit: Peter Yeung)

The massive mosque built once a year View image of An old Islamic influence (Credit: Credit: Peter Yeung)

The massive mosque built once a year View image of A hedgehog meets a church organ (Credit: Credit: Paul de Roos)

The massive mosque built once a year View image of An epic annual rebuild (Credit: Credit: Paul de Roos)

The massive mosque built once a year View image of The waking night (Credit: Credit: Peter Yeung)

The massive mosque built once a year View image of A community competition (Credit: Credit: Paul de Roos)

The massive mosque built once a year View image of A blend of bodies (Credit: Credit: Paul de Roos)

The massive mosque built once a year View image of A busy day with time to play (Credit: Credit: Paul de Roos)

The massive mosque built once a year View image of Mali’s living heritage (Credit: Credit: Paul de Roos)