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Seychelles Islands, Africa, Landscape

Seychelles Islands - Jewels of the Indian Ocean

Seychelles Islands are known as the "Jewels of the Indian Ocean". The 115 islands that form the archipelago are stretching over an area of approx. 400,000 kmĀ². Vasco da Gama is the one who discovered them in the early sixteenth century, but they...

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Zanzibar, Tanzania, Beach resort and hotels

Zanzibar

Zanzibar Islands is an archipelago consisting of Unguja/Zanzibar, Pemba and several tiny islands. It belongs to Tanzania, and the historic city of Zanzibar (Stone Town), is included in world heritage. Zanzibar is famous for spices such as cinnamon,...

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Mali, Africa, Mosque in Djenne architecture

Wonder of mud - Great Mosque of Djenne

The Great Mosque of Djenne (1909) is located in the town of Djenne in Mali. It is the most impressive example of traditional African mud architecture and is (also) saw by UNESCO and declared a World Heritage site. The construction of this mosque was...

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Zimbabwe, Africa, Victoria Falls side view

The Smoke that Thunders - Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls is only 152 years known in the West. Victoria Falls was named by none other than the adventurer David Livingstone, who was the first Europeans who discovered the falls in 1855, and named them after Queen Victoria. He said the sight...

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Egypt, Africa, Valley of the Kings, Luxor Hatchepsoot temple

Sites from the past - Valley of the Kings

In the valleys of the Theban mountains on the west bank at Luxor, is the most interesting of all the dead Egyptian cities. In the valleys of the kings and queens are many beautiful tombs, including that of Tutankhamun. Other attractions are the great...

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Tanzania, Africa, Wild life at Kilimanjaro forests Gohoto

Breathtaking Tanzania

Dar es Salaam Largest city of Dar es Salaam is Tanzania's main city of tourism in mind, since there is the most connections. It is a mixture of African, Arab and Indian culture. The name of Dar es Salaam comes from the Arabic language, and means...

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