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  • Essaouira Gnaoua Festival – the best of its kind in Morocco

    13. May 2010

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    Essaouira Gnaoua Festival – the best of its kind in Morocco
    The Essaouira gnaoua festival is been celebrated in Essaouira. It is a quaint port that is been painted in white and blue color, moreover is an idyllic resort for the majority of the travelers. As any traveler would dream this place is quite laid-back as well as vibrant, it is distinctive yet comforting. Within this astonishing melting pot of jazz, music, rock, as well as world musicians craft innovative fusions in the theater as well as share the musical cultures. In addition, the performances during Essaouira gnaoua festival are generally organized in afternoons and in evenings, which gives you abundance of time for relaxing and enjoying the tranquil charisma of Essaouira all through the day. This festival is regarded as one of the few major festivals that are celebrated in Morocco. In addition,  [...]

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    El Ghriba Synagogue – the celebration of feminism

    10. May 2010

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    El Ghriba Synagogue – the celebration of feminism
    All through the male conquered Jewish religion it is good to come across a festival that celebrates feminism. This El Ghriba festival for the most park takes place at the renowned synagogue that is located in the township of Hara Sghira (the Small Ghetto, at the present officially known as Erriadh) on top of the island of the Djerba, off the coastline of Tunisia. In addition, El Ghriba has been a milestone on this island since the early BC 7th century as well as is a situate of the Jewish pilgrimage each year on the regular Jewish holiday of the Lag B'Omer, which usually takes place all through the month of May. Legends of El Ghriba One legend tells that a pious woman, a recluse named Ghriba, was killed in a house fire. When her body was removed from the ashes it was found to be undamaged  [...]

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    Churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia

    6. May 2010

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    Churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia
    Repeatedly portrayed as the eighth wonder of the world, the renowned churches of Lalibela are balanced high on the mountains in Ethiopia. In addition carved as of the living rock, these churches are nestling at the side of a long-established village, which is for all times crowded by means of bee hive huts. Furthermore the location of these churches is far-flung as well as isolated, on the other hand these rocky slopes that gaze out beyond huge horizons of the green as well as brown foothills, which are overflowing with humanity. Numerous generations of the priests, dazzling in their robes as well as with the ornamental crosses held in hand, have a propensity to these churches, whilst crowds of pilgrims arrive here for worshipping. Following in their footsteps, it is sure that you will  [...]

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    Festival of the Oasis – occasion for staring at the Camel racing

    3. May 2010

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    Festival of the Oasis – occasion for staring at the Camel racing
    Tozeur, which is a popular town in Tunisia, is regarded as excellent tourists destination intended for the Saharan tourism, in addition the town every year hosts the International Festival of the Oasis that generally takes place in the month of December every year and continues for almost 3 days. This festival encloses camel racing, traditional dance, storytelling, music shows as well as various other folkloric events. In addition the most important highlights of this conventional Bedouin desert event are the popular camel races. Moreover this is an astonishing sport to stare at – the camels are by no means built for the swiftness, as well as to witness them racing all across the rising and falling dunes of this desert is an only one of its kind (as well as humorous) scene. The  [...]

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    Ol Doinyo Lengai – producing a unique lava

    1. May 2010

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    Ol Doinyo Lengai – producing a unique lava
    Ol Doinyo Lengai is actually a volcano that is been located in the northern regions of Tanzania as well as is component of the renowned volcanic system that is present in the Great Rift Valley and is located in Eastern Africa. Ol Doinyo Lengai is positioned in the eastern Rift Valley, in the southern region of both the Lake Natron as well as Kenya. Moreover it is only one of its kinds amongst active volcanoes in the system that produces the natrocarbonatite lava, which is an only one of its kind happening of volcanic carbonatite. Furtherore, the temperature of the lava from Ol Doinyo Lengai as it appears is barely around 950 °F (510 °C). A small number of the older vanished carbonatite volcanoes and are located in close proximity, which includes Homa Mountain. In addition the meaning  [...]

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