SOUSSE

Sousse Travel Guide

Sousse, Tunisia is a colorful holiday destination with both African flavors and Mediterranean nuances. Located in North Africa, Sousse is Tunisia’s third largest city and the country’s most important port city. Even in Finland, Sousse is a traditional holiday destination that has maintained its popularity among tourists. Historic resort According to DigoPaul, the city of […]

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A village (bead) near the border with Mozambique

Art and Music in Zimbabwe

Art in Zimbabwe Architecture Traditional homes in Zimbabwe consist of clusters of round camp houses with cone-shaped thatched roofs. Each house consists of one room, which has a specific function, such as bedroom or kitchen. The houses are often nicely decorated with simple geometric patterns, some with symbolic content. Around 1900, bungalows were built for […]

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Geography of Tunisia

Geography of Tunisia

Tunisia can roughly be divided into four natural geographic zones; the mountainous area in the north, the extensive steppe plateau in the central parts of the country, and further south, the area with drainage-free swamps and salt lakes. Further south, the country extends into the Sahara desert. The northern part is dominated by the Atlas […]

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Comoros Armed Forces

Political System of the Comoros

Following the Constitution of 2001, the Comoros is a federal republic consisting of the three islands of Njazídja, Nzwani and Mwali. The executive is added to the head of state, the president, who is elected in the general election for four years. The presidential office rotates between the elected presidents of the three islands. Legislative […]

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History of Tanzania

Tanzania’s location in geographical proximity to the Arab world and to the countries surrounding the Indian Ocean means that the country has a rich and varied history, with a variety of cultural influences. The story also begins very far back in time. Some of the oldest hominids, early relatives of today’s people, are found in […]

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Tunisia has long craft traditions

Art in Tunisia

Prehistoric times Discoveries from the time before the Phoenician colonization consisted mainly of tools in stone and bronze. Excavations have uncovered a number of Phoenician and Carthaginian finds, including masks, amulets, jewelry, oil lamps, ceramics, ivory, glassworks and small statuettes. Of the puny Carthage, virtually no building remains are preserved, only individual objects, tombstones and […]

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Burundi

Burundi, a small republic in Central Africa, inland just south of the equator. The land has no coastline but is bounded by several rivers and Lake Tanganyika in the south. Burundi borders Rwanda in the north, Tanzania in the east and south, and the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) in the west. The capital […]

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Algeria Overview

According to Digopaul, Algeria is Africa’s second largest country on the surface, after Sudan, and the world’s eleventh largest in rankings. It borders Tunisia, Libya, Niger, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco and Western Sahara. In the north, Algeria has a coast to the Mediterranean, and thus a sea border to Spain. Capital: Algiers Biggest city: Algiers State: […]

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