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At more than 430 miles long, the Mauritania Railway has been transporting iron ore across the blistering heat of the Sahara Desert since 1963.
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One of the longest and heaviest trains in the world, the 1.8-mile beast runs from the mining center of Zouerat to the port city of Nouadhibou on Africa’s Atlantic coast. The train is the bedrock of the Mauritanian economy and a lifeline to the outside world for the people who live along its route.
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With a fascinating history that reaches back to the dawn of civilization, Egypt is considered the oldest travel destination on earth. The African nation’s awe-inspiring temples and pyramids have captured the imagination of travelers for thousands of years. Although most people come to Egypt to view its ancient monuments, natural attractions beckon travelers too. The Red Sea coast is known for its coral reefs and beach resorts while a trek through the Sahara can lead visitors to a refreshing oasis. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Egypt:
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Mauritania, officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is a country in Northwest Africa. It is the eleventh largest sovereign state in Africa and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Western Sahara to the north and northwest, Algeria to the northeast, Mali to the east and southeast, and Senegal to the southwest.
The country derives its name from the ancient Berber kingdom of Mauretania, which existed from the 3rd century BCE into the 7th century CE in the far north of modern-day Morocco and Algeria.
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Best way to Experience the Sahara Desert | Camping in Merzouga, Morocco
The final Morocco vlog is here! Camping in the Sahara Desert at a spot called Merzouga.
Here we rode camels to our remote campsite, spent the night eating Moroccan food and listening to music played by the locals.
In the morning we made our way back to our new campsite by camel ride before jumping into some Jeeps to go on Safari.
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Algiers is the capital and greatest city of Algeria. In 2011, the city's people was assessed to be around 3,500,000. A gage puts the quantity of tenants in the greater metropolitan city to be around 5,000,000. Wikipedia
Yet difficult to reach without your own specific transport, the Atakor Plateau, organized in the Ahaggar National Park, is defended paying little mind to any of the effort or trouble. The scene is a red-chestnut dry masterminded spotted with brutal sheer apexes. The domain looks like something straight out of a sci-fi flick and is a sight that will remain with you for a long time. The highlight of the level is the Assekrem Peak. Assekrem in the Tuareg lingo means the end times which is a fitting way to deal with delineate the view from the apex and the harsh cold-bloodedness of the scene.
Tamanrasset is a leave spring city and capital of Tamanrasset Province in southern Algeria, in the Ahaggar Mountains. It is the principle city of the Algerian Tuareg. It is found a height of 1,320 meters. Wikipedia
Oran is a fundamental shoreline front city that is arranged in the north-west of Algeria. It is seen as the second most basic city after the capital Algiers, on account of its business, mechanical, and social criticalness. It is 432 km from Algiers. Wikipedia
Constantine is the capital of Constantine Province in north-eastern Algeria. In the midst of Roman conditions it was called Cirta and was renamed Constantina to pay tribute to sovereign Constantine the Great. Wikipedia
Ghardaïa is the capital city of Ghardaïa Province, Algeria. The helpful of Ghardaïa has a people of 93,423 as showed by the 2008 enlistment, up from 87,599 in 1998, with a yearly improvement rate of 0.7%. Wikipedia
Tlemcen is a city in north-western Algeria, and the capital of the area of a comparative name. The city has made cowhide, cover, besides, organizations, which it pontoons to the port of Rashgun for admission. Wikipedia
Sétif is a city in and capital of the Sétif Province in eastern Algeria. It was a bit of the old Berber kingdom of Numidia, and was a Roman colonia. Wikipedia
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El Oued or Oued Souf is a city, and the capital of El Oued Province, in Algeria. The forsake spring town is watered by an underground conduit, accordingly its name is El Oued which enables date palm improvement and the unprecedented use of square advancement for cabin. Wikipedia
Timgad was a Roman-Berber town in the Aurès Mountains of Algeria. It was set up by the Emperor Trajan around AD 100. The full name of the town was Colonia Marciana Ulpia Traiana Thamugadi. Wikipedia
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Destination Morocco, a virtual guide to the western part of the Maghreb, officially known as the Kingdom of Morocco. The country in Northern Africa is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in west, by the Mediterranean Sea in north, by Algeria in east and in south by Western Sahara, the non-self-governing territory claimed by Morocco.
Morocco shares small borders with Spain by the Spanish exclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, it has borders with Mauritania in the the Moroccan-controlled part of Western Sahara, and it shares maritime borders with Portugal.
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The Sahara is located in North Africa and is the biggest dry desert on Earth, measuring around nine million square kilometres. It is as large as the entire United States Of America, 26 times larger than Germany and covers one third of the African Continent.
Most people think of the Sahara Desert as consisting mainly of sand. This is not true, as it is stone and rock that cover most of its surface. Its landscape features great plateaus of sandstone, volcanic sediment and 5 mountain ranges that rise to 3,000 metres above sea level.
Despite the harsh environment, a lively and lucrative trans-Sahara trade developed across the desert around 1,000 BC. At first, it was the Carthaginians and 3 centuries later, trade reached a new high due to the Romans who introduced the camel as a beast of burden.
Three quarters of the Sahara is without vegetation and due to the angle of the sun, it is the hottest region on Earth.
The unique charm of this barren and arid world is a total fascination and it is for good reason described as a 'wonder of nature'!
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Almost as large as Europe, it is the world's largest desert except for Antarctica.
Although the Sahara is mostly inhospitable, desert plants and animals have managed to survive here.
Among those animals are humans, roughly 4 million of them, who dwell in the sands.
Many of these people have adopted special ways of living to survive the desert climate.
A good number are nomadic and follow the scarce resources of food and water.
Some permanent civilizations, notably the Egyptians, have managed to make the Sahara their home.
For many, there is a rugged beauty to the desert that must be recognized and respected.
For example, the awesome Saharan dunes can look like waves in an ocean of sand.
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About Laayoune: Laayoune or El Aaiún is the largest city of the disputed territory of Western Sahara and de facto administered by Morocco. The modern city is thought to have been founded by the Spanish colonizer Antonio de Oro in 1938. In 1940, Spain designated it as the capital of the Spanish Sahara. Laâyoune (El Aaiún) is the capital of the Laâyoune-Sakia El Hamra region administered by Morocco under the supervision of the UN peace-keeping mission in Western Sahara (MINURSO). The town is divided in two by the dry river of Saguia el-Hamra. On the south side is the old lower town, constructed by Spanish colonists. A cathedral from that era is still active; its priests serve this city and Dakhla further south. Most people in Laayoune have Moroccan heritage. // Western Sahara (Arabic: الصحراء الغربية aṣ-Ṣaḥrā al-Gharbiyyah; Berber languages: Taneẓroft Tutrimt; Spanish and French: Sahara Occidental) is a disputed territory on the northwest coast and in the Maghreb region of North and West Africa, partially controlled by the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and partially occupied by neighboring Morocco. Its surface area amounts to 266,000 square kilometres (103,000 sq mi). It is one of the most sparsely populated territories in the world, mainly consisting of desert flatlands. The population is estimated at just over 500,000, of which nearly 40% live in Laayoune, the largest city in Western Sahara. [Source: wikipedia // Google]
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10 Things Not to Do in Algeria
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Algeria, that unknown and yet wonderful country. Not everybody thinks about it when thinking about their holidays but they should. So, to help you prepare your trip we bring you these Things not to do in Algeria.
1) Don't forget your visa
The visa to Algeria isn’t particularly the easiest one and, unfortunately, it’s required for most countries in the world. So try to have it ready before you start your trip and you'll avoid a lot of trouble.
2) Don't Expect Sleep to Be Cheap
Mass tourism doesn’t really exist in Algeria, so hotels are very expensive if we compare them with how cheap anything else is in the country. You can find prices from 30€ to 200€, although, most of them are over 50€ a night. If you're travelling with a lower budget you can always get a youth hostel instead where you'll pay around 2 € per night. On the other hand, you could always try CouchSurfing, making sure the people you choose look safe and have many positive references. It’s a great way to meet local people!
3) Don't forget your dictionary
Most of the younger people do know English but don't hold on that because, it’s not that easy to find people who speak English. The official language in Algeria is Arabic and some people speak French as it was a French colony. So if you want to be able to communicate bring a dictionary in French.
4) Don't get a taxi
Taxis are expensive and they usually try to cheat tourists. You can use the Yassir mobile app which is basically the same as Uber, or get a bus. Although, they don't tend to follow their schedules. Renting a car isn't that cheap either. And if you go to the desert try to book a flight, they're not too expensive and you’ll save some time too.
5) Don't forget your cell
If you want to be able to move freely without a guide and find historical places, hotels or restaurants by yourself, don't forget to bring your cell phone and install the Waze app which is a free driving directions & live traffic map app that works the best in Algeria.
6) Don't travel everywhere
Borders with Libya, Mauritania, Mali and (nisher) Niger are absolutely no-go zones in Algeria, they're the most dangerous ones, as are remote or mountains areas. But don't worry because these areas are far from all the tourist attractions.
7) Don't rely on having Wi-fi everywhere
Sure big hotels, offices, and random apartments are sure to have a wifi connection. However, if you’re out and about and want to use the internet in Algeria you'll need to get a local sim card with data which will cost you around 5-10€ per month. And, out of the 3 different networks they have, choose Mobilis, it has a better range.
8) Don't forget your money
Here, the local currency is Algerian dinar. And there are not many places where ATM machines accept international bank cards. Sure, you could try the airports, huge hotels like Sheraton or regular banks, but sometimes they're out of money. So to avoid being left without money, bring some emergency cash too .
9) Don't start your diet
In Algeria, they eat a lot of fast food such as shawarma and fries, they're very cheap and you'll find them everywhere. But you can always go to a restaurant to eat nice food, if you prefer, which will cost you about the same as western European restaurants do. Oh, and don’t forget, drinking alcohol in public is forbidden.
10) Don't think it’s all just sand
When people think of Algeria they imagine riding camels in the desert. But, guess what? There are also cars, buses and trains, just like your city, yep. This is a civilized country! Sure, the Sahara desert occupies four-fifths of the Algerian territory, but they also have a coastline, ancient Roman Empire ruins and stunning heritage of the Ottoman Empire, Spain, France and much more.
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11 Places More Mysterious Than Bermuda Triangle
It’s one of the most terrifyingly fascinating places on our planet. Ships and planes simply vanish, radios and compasses just stop working, and some even say they’ve spotted UFOs there. And it's not the one and only Bermuda Triangle. There are at least 11 other mysterious places. So what are they, and how do they form?
Ivan T. Sanderson, a writer, a biologist, and a huge fan of the paranormal and inexplicable, traveled a lot and recorded his experiences. What caught his attention the most was where the strangest unexplained things kept happening. That is, disappearing ships and whatnot. He was able to map 12 of these places scattered all over the world. But the weird thing is, 6 of them lie almost perfectly in line above the Equator, and the same goes for the 6 below it...
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- Besides the paranormal theories of wormholes to another dimension and gates to the underworld, the Bermuda Triangle is really foggy due to methane gas that sometimes makes it impossible for travelers to see, thus making navigation a little tricky too.
- The Algerian Megaliths are an architectural anomaly, showing just how advanced these people were for a time when we didn’t have the technology to help us build stable constructions.
- Mohenjo-Daro in Pakistan goes way back to the Indus Valley Civilization in 2500 BCE. Like in Algeria, this society was, for some reason, surprisingly advanced when it came to building and urban planning.
- Heading further east along the same northern line, we arrive in Japan, where the Dragon’s Triangle, also called the Devil’s Sea, is located. The most astonishing thing about this Vile Vortex is that there’s an underwater city dubbed Japan’s Atlantis.
- Located in the Ring of Fire, the next Vile Vortex is the Hamakulia Volcano in Hawaii. Locals treat it with utmost respect as the volcano is believed to have a mysterious power.
- Now let’s head south of the Equator to one of the most isolated places on this planet: Easter Island in Polynesia. This is where you can find nearly 900 Moai statues created by the Rapa Nui people.
- The South Atlantic Anomaly is a part of Earth where natural radiation flows out of control.
- Another impressive megalith, this time in Zimbabwe. It was once home to around 20,000 people… but it’s now a ghost town.
- Poor Australia has Vile Vortices on both sides. Heading over to the east, there’s the Loyalty Islands. A lot of strange whirlpools were found on this patch of the South Pacific as well as plenty of geologic activity.
- The North and South Poles are on opposite ends of the planet, but they’ve got two things in common: ice and odd disappearances.
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Tassili n'Ajjer is a heavily eroded sandstone rock formation in the Sahara desert, located on a vast plateau that encompasses southeastern Algeria, western Libya and northern Niger.
It features over 300 rock arches, dense clusters of eroded sandstone rock pillars, and steep cliffs and gorges, where water pools permanently at the surface.
Tassili n'Ajjer covers an area of over 72,000 km2.
The rock formation is an archaeological site, noted for its numerous prehistoric parietal works of rock art, first reported in 1910, that date to the early Neolithic era at the end of the last glacial period during which the Sahara was an inhabitable savanna rather than the current desert.
Although sources vary considerably, the earliest pieces of art are assumed to be 12,000 years old.
The vast majority date to the 9th and 10th millennia BP or younger, according to OSL dating of associated sediments.
Among the 15,000 engravings so far identified depicted are large wild animals including antelopes and crocodiles, cattle herds and humans that engage in activities such as hunting and dancing.
According to UNESCO, The exceptional density of paintings and engravings...have made Tassili world famous.
The range is composed largely of sandstone.The sandstone is stained by a thin outer layer of deposited metallic oxides
which color the rock formations anywhere from near-black to dull red.
Erosion in the area has resulted in nearly 300 natural rock arches being formed, along with many other spectacular landforms.
Because of the altitude and the water-holding properties of the sandstone, the vegetation here is somewhat richer than in the surrounding desert; it includes a very scattered woodland of the endangered endemic species Saharan Cypress and Saharan Myrtle in the higher eastern half of the range.
The ecology of the Tassili n'Ajjer is more fully described in the article West Saharan montane xeric woodlands, the ecoregion to which this area belongs.
Relict populations of the West African crocodile persisted in the Tassili n'Ajjer until the 20th century.
Various other fauna still reside on the plateau, including mouflons, the only surviving type of the larger mammals depicted in the area's rock paintings.
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STUCK in WESTERN SAHARA | Motorcycle World Tour | Africa #2
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Morocco: The Don'ts of Visiting Morocco
Whether you are heading to Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech, the Sahara, or the Blue City, Morocco has a lot of great tourist things to do on a Moroccan vacation. Here are the things tourists should not do when they visit Morocco. We hope this can help you with your travels to Morocco.
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