The IN GALL cross is one of the 21 most representative Tuareg crosses. It owes its name to a village in North Niger located in the Azawagh desert between the Sahel and the Sahara. The IN GALL cross’s most characteristic peculiarity is a small metal BoX from which a triangular piece made of coloured glass or stone emerges shyly. In Tamasheq the language of the Tuareg- the IN GALL is also called TANFUK TA N A AZREF – to appear in half. Nowadays some interpretations relate this emblematic Tuareg icon with the representation of the 2 genders.