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10. December 2009

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The Gondar Castle – The Hallmark Of Medieval Architecture

Gondar Castle rings the bell! The lord of rings has Kingdom of Gondor a fiction of JR Tolkien. Ethiopia has the Gondar Castle’s that has saga of history and blood shed on its walls though a marvelous and magnificent  structure of medieval time that hooks us to transport us to reign Emperor Fasilidas. The Castle [...]

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10. December 2009

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Zambezi River And Its Expediency

Fourth largest river in Africa, Zambezi can be termed as the best panoramic and most adventurous river in the continent that flanks six countries. If you raft the torrents of this river along with a length gauging equipment, this river will measure around 3,540 kilometers.

Natural Boundary
Commencing from the north-west region of Zambia, it flows in [...]

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10. December 2009

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Park National de Montagne d’Ambre

Wild Life Calling
Park National Montagne d’Ambre rich in its distinctive Flora and Fauna.
On an isolated stretch in Montane rainforest, with territory of 18200 hectares is one of diverse and distinctive Montagne d’Ambre National Park in Amber Mountain which is home to the flora and fauna number of endemic creatures. It has the most natural and [...]

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9. December 2009

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Kruger National Park: Largest Game Reserve In Africa

Kruger National Park is known to be one of the largest game reserves in Africa and after it became the site of the famous eyewitness viral video ‘Battle at Kruger’ it gained amazing popularity, becoming most talked about subject of the town. The national park extends over an area of 18,989 sq km, runs 350 [...]

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9. December 2009

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Carthage: The Ancient City Of Tunisia

The Carthage is located on the Bay of Tunis, hundred miles from the Sicily’s western tip. It is said that the city was established by Phoenicians people who fled from Tyre (now Lebanon) at somewhere around 8th or 9th century B.C., under Queen Dido’s leadership. The city has been declared as a national monument. UNESCO [...]

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9. December 2009

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Watamu National Marine Park: Explore The Under Water Mysteries

The Watamu National Marine Park is Kenya first and finest Marine Park; along with the Reserve system it has Mida Creek, Whale Island, and vital turtle breeding region. There are many dive sites both outside and inside the park. The Watamu National Park was established in the year 1968, covers an area of 10sq km [...]

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9. December 2009

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Stone Town – The Cultural Capital Of Zanzibar

Stone town is considered as ethnically, traditionally and architecturally vital capital town of the Zanzibar Island designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000. In the Stone Town one can kill time by drifting through the slim labyrinthine roads and alleyways where lichens and mosses adhere to old soggy rickety coral ribbed walls. [...]

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9. December 2009

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Saluting The Thrill And Excitement Of Table Mountain

Table Mountain’s welcome you to god’s definition of fun, ecstasy, amusement and exuberance. It’s the expression of joy and pleasure to be on the top of Table Mountain. Cape Town is South Africa’s ‘Mother City’ and Table Mountain is its Lap. Being short listed as the World Natural Heritage Site, a prominent landmark of South [...]

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9. December 2009

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Kilimanjaro National Park- The Snow Capped Beauty

Kilimanjaro the name is synonym to extravagant beauty of Africa. The Kilimanjaro National Park was designated as a World Heritage Site in the year is situated in the United Republic of Tanzania. Kilimanjaro standing tall and up at 5963m is the highest point in Africa. The location is amazingly placed at a far above the [...]

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8. December 2009

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Fes Medina (Fes El Bali)

Culturally-rich Fes el Bali
Fes el Bali is a part and parcel of Fes, a third biggest city of Morocco. Fes el Bali, also known as the ‘old town’, is designated as World Heritage site by UNESCO.  The city has around nine thousand lanes that consist of residential areas, workshops, markets. Blend of tiny streets as [...]

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