Category Archives: Africa

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Climate and Weather of Lagos, Nigeria

The climate of Lagos Lagos is a large city in southwestern Nigeria, on the Gulf of Guinea. Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria and one of the largest cities in Africa. The city is one of the fastest growing cities in the world. Until the 1980s, Lagos was the capital of Nigeria, today it… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Nouadhibou, Mauritania

The climate of Nouadhibou Nouadhibou or Nawadhibu is located in northwestern Mauritania, on the Ras Nouadhibou peninsula. It is the second largest city in the country after the capital Nouakchott. Nouadhibou is not far from the border with neighboring Western Sahara. The city of La Gouèra in Western Sahara has grown almost to Nouadhibou. Most… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Tchibanga, Gabon

The climate of Tchibanga Tchibanga is located in the southwest of Gabon in the province of Nyanga on the river of the same name. Tchibanga is also the capital of this province. The town is a stone’s throw from Congo-Brazzaville . The UN High Commissioner for Refugees has an annex here to manage the influx… Read More »

What to See in Egypt

The “visiting card” of the country is the world-famous pyramids. There are about a hundred pyramids here – large and small, some have been preserved almost unchanged. All of them were created by human hands, but their appearance is so majestic that it seemed that the Lord himself created them. They are located along the… Read More »

What to See in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa is the capital of Ethiopia, the largest city in the country, its economic and cultural center. Addis Ababa is located in the center of Ethiopia at an altitude of 2440 m. It is one of the highest mountain capitals in the world. The city was founded in 1886 by Emperor Menelik II. In… Read More »

What to See in Kenya

NAIROBI Nairobi is the capital of Kenya. The city is located in the southern part of the country at an altitude of 1800 m. It was founded in 1899, and in 1905 acquired the status of the capital of Kenya. The most popular attraction in Nairobi is the National Park of the same name, which… Read More »

What to See in Madagascar

CITIES Traveling around Madagascar basically starts from the country’s capital, Antananarivo . The city is located in the central mountainous part of the island in a valley at an altitude of 1276 m. Antananarivo was founded in 1625. The locals call the city abbreviated – Tana. The French spirit is everywhere in Antananarivo, here you… Read More »

What to See in Mauritius

Port Louis is the capital of the country and its main port. The city was founded in 1735 by the French on the northeast coast of the island of Mauritius. On one side of the city lies a picturesque bay, and on the other, mountains rise. There are 4 forts in Port Louis, which were… Read More »

What to See in Morocco

The main historical sights of Morocco are located in the so-called “imperial” cities, that is, in cities that were once the capital of the country and, accordingly, the residence of the kings. These include Fes, Marrakesh, Meknes and Rabat. According to Top-mba-universities, Rabat is the current capital of Morocco. It was founded in the 12th… Read More »

What to See in Namibia

In the southern part of Namibia is one of the main natural attractions of Namibia – the Fish River Canyon. located in the park of the same name. The Fish River is a right tributary of the Orange River. This is a seasonal river, the bed of which dries up during the dry season. Fish… Read More »

What to See in South Africa

Cities of South Africa. Johannesburg is considered the oldest city in South Africa. which is located in the province of Houteng. It was founded in 1886 on the site of a gold mine. In the landscape of the city, there are many waste heaps left from the time of active gold mining. There are also… Read More »

What to See in Tanzania

CITIES Dodoma has been the capital of Tanzania since 1973. It is located almost in the center of the country. The city was founded at the end of the 19th century on the trade route from the coast to Lake Tanganyika, as one of the German colonial settlements. For tourists, the city will not be… Read More »

What to See in Tunisia

Tunisia is a fairly young tourist country in the modern sense – its intensive development began only in the 80s of the twentieth century. But in historical terms, this is one of the most ancient resorts in the world – back in the days of the Phoenicians, Ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire, representatives of… Read More »

Libya Politics and Education

State structure and political system of Libya The role of the fundamental law is officially performed by the Koran, according to a brief Declaration on the establishment of the power of the people, adopted on March 2, 1977 at an extraordinary session of the highest legislative body – the General People’s Congress (GPC). This document… Read More »

Landmarks of Kenya

According to extrareference, the largest city in East Africa – Nairobi was founded by the British, who built their fort here, the main purpose of which was to protect the first railway in Africa. Despite the fact that the history of the city has only a hundred years, during this time it managed to transform… Read More »

Newlyweds, Morocco

MANDARIN ORIENTAL MARAKECH Special offer Romantic getaway for two Valid dates: all year round Details: Private breakfast for two persons (delivery to villa or suite) Romantic 4-course dinner for 2 prepared by celebrity chef Meryem Cherkaoui, including soft drinks 5, 1 or 2 hour spa aromatherapy in a double spa suite Romantic evening including a… Read More »

Egypt Society and Human Rights

Population and society With more than 80 million residents, of which more than a third are under the age of 14, Egypt is the most populous state in the Arab world. Its population has nearly doubled in the past thirty years and population growth continues to outstrip the national economic capacity to support it. Since most… Read More »

Ethiopia History in the 1970’s

It was in this situation that in February 1974, due to contingent events such as the sensational increase in the cost of living as a result of the economic-financial crisis that hit the whole world in 1973 and the increase in the price of oil, to which acute local unrest, riots broke out which culminated… Read More »

Tunisia Demographics 2014

Demography and economic geography. – State of North Africa. The Tunisian population is estimated at 11,116,899 residents, According to an estimate by UNDESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) in 2014, once again recording limited annual growth (since 1995 it has never reached 1.4%) and confirming a slower trend than the average of… Read More »

Algeria Economy and History 2014

Demography and economic geography. – State of North Africa. The trend of the population (34,080,030 residents at the 2008 census, estimated at 39,928,947 in 2014. For Algeria 2014, please check thesciencetutor.org. according to an estimate by UNDE SA, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) has been growing over the last few years, and… Read More »

Morocco Demographics 1947

Population. – According to the 1947 census, the population of French Morocco amounted to 8,175,000 residents (of which 7,580,000 Muslims and 195,000 Jews). To these there are 325,000 foreigners (of which a good percentage, that is 266,000, represented by French). The main centers counted: Morocco 237,800 residents (12,000 Europeans), Casablanca 550,000 residents (120,000 Europeans), Fez… Read More »

South Africa Demographics

South Africa  has a population of 40,284,633 (1994). Of these 30,645,157 are black, 3,435,114 colored, 5,171,419 white and 1,032,943 Asian. The Republic, divided into 9 regions, has considered the states of Transkei (41,600 km 2), Bophuthatswana (40,330 km 2), Venda (7,410 km 2) and Ciskei (12,075 km) as integral part of the national territory since… Read More »

Travel to the Seychelles

The Seychelles is reminiscent of the classic notion of paradise. The green mountains and the softly rounded granite cliffs form a decorative background to the white sandy beaches, where the palm trees sway and the waves on the turquoise blue water bounce rhythmically and calmly towards the beach. The giant turtles stretch their long necks… Read More »

Libya Economy

The oil is the main source of the country’s wealth, which until the first decade of the twenty-first century boasted one of the per capita income highest in the African continent (over 16 115 $ US in 2008), but today, because of the war, dropped significantly (US $ 6,692 in 2018). Until the mid-fifties of… Read More »

Botswana History Timeline

According to ezinereligion, the Republic of Botswana is a state in southern Africa. The country has no access to the sea. Botswana was formerly the British protectorate of Bechuanaland, and Botswana took its new name after the independence of the Commonwealth on September 30, 1966. To the south, Botswana borders South Africa, to the west… Read More »

Benin Geography and History

Human Geography Numerous ethnic groups, culturally and linguistically different from each other, as well as for somatic characteristics, inhabit the country. The distribution of the population is also very varied. The greatest concentrations occur in the South, in relation both to the wider agricultural possibilities and to the centuries-old process of densification triggered by the… Read More »

Guinea History

It is a reliable hypothesis that the original pygmy populations had to withdraw from Guinea on an unknown date under the pressure of baga invaders, who, then mixed with the Serer and Mandingo populations, would have given birth to the Landuma State. The northern regions of the territory were included, between the century. X and… Read More »

Ecuador Literature

Few fragments of the indigenous popular poetry in Quechua, which arose in that part of the Inca empire that today forms Ecuador, are preserved, including the song Prigione o morte di Atahualpa. During the Spanish rule, cultural activity was monopolized by the clergy. Among other things, the Jesuits introduced the teaching of literature and the… Read More »

Democratic Republic of Congo Economy

(République Démocratique du Congo). Central African state (2,344,858 km²). Capital: Kinshasa. Administrative division: provinces (11). Population: 64,704,000 residents (2008 estimate). Language: French (official), kikongo, kiswahhili, kituba, lingala. Religion: Catholics 41%, Protestants 31.6%, other Christians 13.4%, animists / traditional beliefs 10.7%, Muslims 1.4%, others 1.9%. Monetary unit: Congolese franc (100 cents). Human Development Index: 0.361 (177th… Read More »

Madagascar Literature

According to 3rjewelry, Madagascar is a country in Africa.the Malagasy language literature was, before the European penetration, eminently oral, giving rise to a true national culture. The prestige conferred on the rhythmic word-image has made poetry a kind of spell, from which a utilitarian aim is never separated: to capture reality in order to act… Read More »