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Top 10 Most Beautiful Horn of Africa Cities



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AFRICA is an amazing continent full of natural beauty, smiling faces and surprising wonders.

After visiting 53 of its 54 countries (only missing Ghana!) -- I have put together a list of 5 of my favorites, which I will explain to you in this video.


Do we share any common favorites? If not, then what are your favorite countries in Africa?

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The 10 Happiest Countries To Live In The World - Seen as the World’s Safest Countries

The 2019 World Happiness Report, according to the happiness levels of their immigrants.
Happiness – and the pursuit of it – can mean very different things to different people. This, inevitably, makes it tough to quantify and rank with any real authority.
While happiness is said to come from within, residents in several nations are perceived to experience it more widely than in other countries.
The happiness of citizens does not increase when their country’s overall wealth increases.
This year’s ranking criteria has also seen some changes. It focuses on happiness and the community.
European countries dominate a ranking of nations seen as the happiest in the 2019 Best Countries report.
Here are the 10 happiest countries to live in the world for 2019, according to the United Nations. Many of these countries are seen as the world’s safest countries:

10. Austria. (safest country)
9. Canada.
8. New Zealand. (safest country)
7. Sweden.
6. Switzerland. (safest country)
5. The Netherlands.
4. Iceland. (rank 1 safest country)
3. Norway. (safest country)
2. Denmark. (safest country)
1. Finland. (safest country)
Happiness is everywhere in our homeland. We hope you find it.

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I'm thrilled to be back in Africa where I will be spending the remaining 3 months of the year! Many of you probably haven’t heard of Eritrea before and that’s because it’s a relatively new country and it’s notoriously difficult to enter (top 5 in the world). After 48 hours of roaming around the capital of Asmara and the ancient port city of Massawa, I’ve really enjoyed my time here.

I’m getting flashbacks to when I was in Ethiopia, yet also touches of Yemen Somaliland and Italy. Yes - ITALY! Eritrea is a former Italian colony and their influence is remarkably well-preserved in the form of giant cathedrals, pizza parlors, gelato shops, old Italian cars, appertivos and many people can still speak fluent Italiano.

The capital of Asmara is VERY safe, with kind hearted people and surprisingly the weather is cold here (2,400 meters high). Unfortunately due to WiFi issues, I haven't been able to upload anything until now, but there’s no hurry, because life is wonderful here! More to come soon ????????

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These Are The Top 10 Most Developed Countries In Africa

Africa has become more industrialized in recent decades which accounts for most African countries development and economic growth. Though the continent is thriving not all countries are developing at the same rate. Here are Africa’s top 10 most developed countries.

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Whether they're blessed with blindingly bright white sands or located in the most idyllic setting imaginable; the world is truly home to a great number of beautiful beaches, each more breathtaking than the last. While some of them are to be found at the heart of world-famous cities, others are nestled away on tropical islands or tucked away deep inside national parks. Whether they are backed by impressive rock formations, rugged cliffs, or gently swaying palm trees, these beautiful beaches really need to be seen to be believed.

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Cities in Africa 2021 | Top 10 des plus Belles Villes d'Afrique 2021 | ARM TV

Africa is considered to be the second largest continent in the world, covering about one-fifth of the total land surface of the Earth with an area of about 11 million square miles. From its outstanding vegetation, beautiful sceneries, diverse cultural exhibition as well as an interesting history, Africa is a continent worth discovering.

Considered by many scientists to be the origin of mankind, Africa is a continent of 54 independent countries and a rich mix of native people, cultures, economies and peculiar history. Her beautiful and astonishing flora and fauna make the pride of the continent as she can be referred to as paradise on earth.
Besides having diverse animals, stunning deserts and beautiful savannas, Africa is also home to amazing cities and towns, rich in history and infrastructure.

This video will be telling us about the top 10 best cities in Africa. Now, these countries are all beautiful and unique in their kind but for effect, we will start from the tenth on our list and move up the ranks.

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NUMBER 10 - Luanda Angola
Capital of Africa’s second largest oil producer, Luanda is ANGOLA’s capital and largest city. It is a city of breathtaking beauty, deserts and rain forest. Although being a country haunted by its colonial past, LUANDA remains the beating heart of ANGOLA. A dynamic, unforgettable and seductive city that sits with a half moon-shaped bay, fringed with palm trees.

NUMBER 09: Agadir Morocco
Agadir is a city located on the southern Atlantic coast of Morocco, in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. It is the capital of the province of AGADIR IDA OUTANANE. This seaside resort is renowned for its golf courses, wide crescent beach and seafront promenade lined with cafes, restaurants and bars. Its population is estimated at about 421,844 inhabitants and well organized university institutes.

NUMBER 8: Nairobi Kenya
Nairobi is Kenya’s capital city. In addition to its urban core, the city has Nairobi Park, a large game reserve known for breeding endangered rhinos, home to giraffes, zebras and lions. Next to it is a well-regarded elephant orphanage. Trust Nairobi is also used as a jump off point for safari trips in Kenya.

NUMBER 7: Cape Town South Africa
Cape Town is a port city on South Africa’s southwest, on a peninsular beneath the imposing table mountain. Slowly rotating cable cars climb to the mountains flat top from which there are sweeping views of the city. The busy harbour and boats heading for Robin island, the notorious prison that once held Nelson Mandela which is now a living museum. It hosts colleges and universities such as the university of cape town, northlink college and many more.

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10 Most BEAUTIFUL CITIES in Nigeria

Here are the 10 most Beautiful cities in Nigeria. You’d be surprised just how beautiful the West African country is.

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Discover Djibouti Today. Most Strategic Country In Africa You Didn't Know About. Djibouti City.

Djibouti, on the Horn of Africa, is a mostly French- and Arabic-speaking country of dry shrublands, volcanic formations and Gulf of Aden beaches. It's home to one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world, the low-lying Lake Assal, in the Danakil Desert. The nomadic Afar people have settlements along Lake Abbe, a body of saltwater featuring chimneylike mineral formations

Djibouti's location is strategically important to both global trade and regional security. The country is situated next to Bab-el-Mandeb, the strait that links the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea via the Red Sea, the Suez Canal and the Gulf of Aden
Djibouti, small strategically located country on the northeast coast of the Horn of Africa. It is situated on the Bab el Mandeb Strait, which lies to the east and separates the Red Sea from the Gulf of Aden.
Formerly known as French Somaliland the country took Djibouti as its name when it gained independence from France on June 27, 1977. Djibouti’s capital, Djibouti city, is built on coral reefs that jut into the southern entrance of the gulf
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Names and meanings of Horn of Africa countries

The Horn of Africa is the easternmost peninsula of the African continent, excluding African islands. It lies along the southern boundary of the Red Sea and extends hundreds of kilometers into the Gulf of Aden, Somali Sea and Guardafui Channel. The Horn of Africa consists of the internationally-recognized countries of Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia,

Top 10 Most Populated Cities in Africa

#africatop10 #africandance #africanmusic #africa #2nacheki Africa is the second-largest and second-most-populous continent in the world. With about 1.5 billion people as of recent estimate , it accounts for about 20% of the world’s human population and in this video 2nacheki looks at the top 10 most populated cities in Africa

Here are 10 Most Populated Cities in Africa


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The Most Expensive Cities In Africa. How 5 Africa Cities Became Most Expensive Places To Live In.

The latest ranking showcases the top cities on the continent for expatriates.
Mercer is the leading provider of data on cost of living and housing for employees sent to work abroad. As part of the ongoing research, Mercer released the annual rankings of the cost of living in more than 200 of the most prevalent assignment destinations for expatriate employees. The rankings demonstrate how currency fluctuation and shifts in the prices of goods and services can affect the purchasing power of expatriate employees. Multinational companies rely on Mercer for timely and accurate information to compensate their skilled professionals who take on international assignments.
1. N'djamena, Chad
N'Djamena, has an estimated population of just under 1 million. Only 26% of the country's people live in urban areas. It ranks 11th on the global scale. Chad has an unevenly distributed population, with the highest density in the Logone Occidental Region and the capital, raising the cost of housing. Essentially, the vast majority of Chad's land mass is covered by Sahara desert and insecurity around lake Chad has forced many to the capital city.
2. Victoria, Seychelles
Economic growth in Seychelles has moved the tourist destination country to upper-middle-income status. Victoria is 14th costliest city in the world. High cost of goods and services in its capital city Victoria is largely due to the in flock of tourists who flood the tiny Island who purchase items without stiff competitions in a regulated economy. In Victoria, you are likely going to be charged based on the dollar rate, hence poor purchasing power.
3. Kinshasa, DRC
The capital city of the East African country is 22nd on the list making it the third on the continent. The city's population is estimated around 11.8 million. Economists project growth of 4.7% in 2019, which is up 0.1 percentage points from last month’s forecast, and 4.8% in 2020.
4. Liberaville, Gabon
The city ranks 24th on the list and like many other countries the double-digit inflation for a predominantly rural population makes the capital difficult for dwellers.
5. Lagos, Nigeria
With a population of 24 million, Lagos is fast becoming a cosmopolitan city, yet with features of shanty towns. Housing and poor urban planning and management, as well as, high population density makes life expensive. To live like a middle class, you need more than just a job. The concentration of industries has also made the city the last resort for individuals seeking greener pastures away from the hinterlands.

Djibouti is the most expensive country in Africa while its neighbour Eritrea in the Horn of Africa enjoys the lowest cost of living, according to data compiled by the World Bank.
Djibouti ranks as the 60th costliest nation in the world, putting its commodity and services prices ahead of the rest of the continent. The most second expensive country in Africa is the Indian Ocean archipelago of Seychelles ranked at position 63 globally while oil-rich Angola completes the list of top-three economies on the continent with the highest cost of living.
This is according to the World Bank’s new cost of goods and services statistics collected under the International Comparison Programme, comparing 2017 data.
Nigeria and South Africa, Africa’s largest economies, are ranked at position 89 and 139 respectively on the list of world’s expensive jurisdictions.
The World Bank collects this data on prices across the globe to compare the levels of poverty and well-being of people across nations.
The bank works with statistical agencies of each country to gather prices on a set of commonly purchased goods and services, including food and beverages, clothing and footwear, housing, transport, communication and restaurant and hotels.
In East Africa, Tanzania has the highest cost of living, ranked at 125 worldwide, followed by Rwanda (130) while Kenya, the region’s largest economy, comes in third at position 133 globally.



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Ethiopia From Above - Africa Aerial View (Drone Film)

Ethiopia is one of Africa’s most beautiful and diverse countries, with spectacular natural landscapes, incredible historic landmarks, and fast growing cities. In this aerial film, I explore Ethiopia from above, showing you some of the country’s most stunning places.

As a travel destination, Ethiopia alternates panoramic mountain views with vast lakes, green highlands with captivating deserts, and high plateaus with mysterious savannahs. Historically, it’s the only African country that was never colonized, and has kept much of its cultural identity. While Christianity and Islam are the main religions, the country is also a patchwork of many different ethnicities, customs, and traditions, including tribes that have managed to retain some of their lifestyle.

But Ethiopia is also a complicated country, with various ethnic and political interests that not always converge. Last year, in 2020, parts of the Northern Tigray region became the scene of a civil war, one that is still ongoing.

The footage in this video was shot in 2019 on a DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone, during a one month journey through the country. Please check the current situation and consult relevant travel advice before visiting.


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Addis Ababa is Ethiopia’s capital city, and has been growing at a fast pace. It’s the business and economic center of the country. Lalibela is a small city with some remarkable rock-hewn churches, that are Unesco World Heritage. Gondar is perhaps equally impressive with its beautiful Fasil Ghebbi fortress (and various other historic and tourist sights). Aksum is home to the Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion, an iconic place of worship for the Ethiopian Orthodox community.

In the far North is the Abuna Yemata Guh monolithic church, which can only be reached by climbing some of the steep peaks of the epic mountains here, an adventure in itself. The surreal Dallol sulfur pools and salt plains are located in the Danakil Depression, one of the hottest places in the world. Simien is the largest national park in Ethiopia, with spectacular mountains and wildlife.

In the South, the Omo Valley is the ‘star attraction’, with small villages (such as Dorze and Konso) and tribal communities that have long stayed isolated. Arba Minch is a good base to explore the beautiful Nechisar national park, part of the famous Great Rift Valley.

Top 10 Biggest Cities In TURKEY ????

Let us see the 10 Biggest Cities of Turkey!

Turkey is a transcontinental country spread across Asia and Europe. Ankara is the Capital city of Turkey. Some of the Biggest and Most Populated Turkish Cities are Istanbul, Konya, Bursa and Izmir. There are many other Top Cities and Largest Cities in Turkey like Antalya, Gaziantep, Adana, Mersin and Diyarbakır. In this video we will tell you interesting information and statistics about biggest cities of Turkey like Population, Nickname, Gender Ratio, Population Density, Area, etc. If you are a Tourist who likes to Travel this video and channel is a must for you. So let us see which are the biggest and best cities of Turkey!

Name of Turkey and its biggest cities have been mentioned below in other languages for your kind assistance:
Turkey: Türkiye 火鸡 तुर्की ديك رومي индюк 七面鳥
Ankara: 安卡拉 अंकारा أنقرة Анкара アンカラ
Istanbul: İstanbul 伊斯坦堡 इस्तांबुल اسطنبول Стамбул イスタンブール
Adana: 阿达那 अदाना أضنة Адана アダナ
Bursa: 囊 बरसा بورصة Бурса ブルサ
Izmir: İzmir 伊兹密尔 इज़मिर إزمير Измир イズミル
Mersin: 梅尔辛 मर्सिन مرسين Мерсин メルシン
Diyarbakır: 迪亚巴克尔 दियारबकीर ديار بكر Диярбакыр ディヤルバクル
Antalya: 安塔利亚 अंतालया أنطاليا Анталия アンタルヤ
Konya: 科尼亚 कोन्या قونية Конья コンヤ
Gaziantep: 加济安泰普 गाजियांटेप غازي عنتاب Газиантеп ガズィアンテプ

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Explore Djibouti | Safest destination in the Horn of Africa

Explore Djibouti | Safest destination in the Horn of Africa

Welcome to my channel and this week’s video is about Explore Djibouti, Safest destination in the Horn of Africa. I saw in Djibouti that some women carry bags stuffed with money & No one robs them.

This tiny speck of a country packs a big punch in the Horn of Africa. What it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in beauty. Few countries in the world, with the possible exception of Iceland, offer such weird landscapes – think salt lakes, extinct volcanoes, sunken plains, limestone chimneys belching out puffs of steam, basaltic plateaus and majestic canyons. Outdoorsy types will enjoy a good mix of land and water activities, including hiking, diving and whale-shark spotting in the Gulf of Tadjoura. It’s all about Eco travel

In this Djibouti Travel Vlog 2019, I will explain you about How to Travel to Djibouti? Tips for Djibouti travel budget, the things to know before visit Djibouti, Things to do in Djibouti and best places to visit in Djibouti .This is Djibouti Travel reviews for your future Djibouti Vacation planning.

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The best time to visit is during the winter months (December - February), when the heat is at its most bearable but there is still plenty of sunshine. October - February is the best time to travel if you're planning on swimming with Djibouti's famous whale sharks.

Key Attractions of Djibouti:

Djibouti City:
Djibouti City has transformed over the years into a thriving urban center. Its eclectic restaurant and bar scene matches its identity as the second richest city in the Horn of Africa.

Lake Assal:
Also known as Lac Assal, this magnificent Crater Lake is located 70 miles/ 115 kilometers west of the capital. Here, you can watch Djiboutis and their camels harvesting the salt as they have done for hundreds of years.

Moucha & Maskali Islands:
In the Gulf of Tadjoura, the islands of Moucha and Maskali offer excellent beaches and abundant coral reefs. Snorkelling, diving and deep sea fishing are all popular pastimes here; however, the main attraction occurs between October and February when the islands are visited by migrating whale sharks. Snorkelling alongside the world's largest fish is a definite Djibouti highlight.

Goda Mountains: Djibouti:
In the northwest, the Goda Mountains offer an antidote to the arid landscapes of the rest of the country. Here, vegetation grows thick and lush on the shoulders of mountains that reach up to 5,740 feet/ 1,750 meters in height. Rural Afar villages offer a glimpse of Djibouti's traditional culture while the Day Forest National Park is an excellent choice for birding and wildlife enthusiasts.
Djibouti (/dʒɪˈbuːti/ (About this soundlisten) jih-BOO-tee; Afar: Yibuuti, Arabic: جيبوتي‎ Jībūtī, French: Djibouti, Somali: Jabuuti, officially the Djibouti Republic) is a country located in the Horn of Africa. The state of Djibouti is predominantly inhabited by two ethnic groups, the Somali and the Afar people. The Somalis form the major ethnic group of the country. French and Arabic are the country's two official language.

Djibouti is strategically located near some of the world's busiest shipping lanes, controlling access to the Red Sea and Indian Ocean. It serves as a key refueling and transshipment center, and is the principal maritime port for imports from and exports to neighboring Ethiopia. A burgeoning commercial hub, the nation is the site of various foreign military bases, including Camp Lemonier. The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) regional body also has its headquarters in Djibouti City.


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Somaliland Ep. 2 | Horn of Africa | You're Going Where? Travel Series | Full Documentary HD

This is the full episode of Part Two of the “You’re Going Where?” travel doc series chronicling the Horn of Africa. After spending a fantastic month travelling and exploring Djibouti in early 2017, I cross over to the self-declared state of Somaliland,. Refusing to take breaks, I embark on a journey of more than 2,000 km, meeting the locals and visiting beautiful sights. Enjoy!

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You're Going Where?' is an inspiring travel documentary series by Mohammed Ibrahim Shire, highlighting epic landscapes and unforgettable cultures, to the often trying times that come with visiting unknown and often misunderstood destinations. 'You're Going Where' chronicles the positive side of regions and cultures unknown to the rest of the world. Africa has a familiar outward narrative when it comes to non-Africans, a narrative of poverty, famine, war and corruption. It's an unjustified image that has unfortunately overshadowed the beauty of this continent, its epic landscapes, long history and vibrant cultures. This documentary aims to counteract the negative image by showcasing the Africa you rarely see. The first series will highlight the cultures, sites, landscapes of the Horn of Africa (Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti and Kenya), never captured before.



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