Illustration of the Grand Mosque

Knowledge and Culture in Tunisia

Tunisia is part of the Arab cultural circle, while the country has cultural roots rooted in and under the influence of several periods of immigration. These include notably the country’s Berber culture and Arab influence, including from Islam, including the large Moorish population that settled in Tunisia after being banished from Spain in the 1400s. […]

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Kenneth Kaunda

History of Zambia

The Rift Valley, which is considered the hotbed of modern man, traverses Zambia, and several of the human ancestors lived in Zambia. Primitive stone tools have been found for early hominids, which are around two million years old. Up to 400,000 year old pigments, which may have been used for body painting or cave paintings, […]

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Geography of Tanzania

Geologically, Tanzania is mainly made up of Precambrian volcanoes, granites and gneisses that form large plateau masses 800–1500 meters above sea level. The highest areas consist of younger volcanic material. The highland plateau is bounded on the east by the coastal plain, on the west and north by the large East African search group ( […]

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Most of the country's electrical power

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe, Republic of Africa, inland state bordering South Africa in the south, Botswana in the southwest, Zambia in the northwest and Mozambique in the north and east. The population is predominantly Bantu people. The largest group of people is shona. The second largest is ndebele, who are descendants of Zulus from South Africa. Agriculture employs […]

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Zambia

Zambia is a republic in southern Africa. Zambia is an inland state bordering Angola in the west, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania in the north, Malawi in the east and Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Namibia in the south. For geographic map of Zambia, check digopaul.com. In recent years, Zambia has experienced relatively high economic […]

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Column from the historic city of Khartago, in today's Tunisia

Tunisia

Tunisia is a republic in North Africa bordering Algeria in the west, east to Libya and having a 1148 kilometer coastline to the Mediterranean in the north. Tunisia is by far the smallest of the states in the Maghreb region, but the most successful in terms of economy and way of life. Official language is […]

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Togo

Togo is a republic in West Africa, on the Gulf of Guinea. The country is one of Africa’s smallest and constitutes a 540 kilometer long corridor to the north from the 56 kilometer long coast. Togo borders in the west to Ghana, in the north to Burkina Faso, in the east to Benin and in […]

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History of Burundi Part I

Burundi was originally populated by hunters and sankers before agriculture settled in the Middle Ages. The kingdom of Burundi, or Urundi, was formed in the 1600s, based on the ruling and cattle-driving group of Tutsis. The Tutsis constituted the royal family and the nobility, a king in Urundi had the title of mwami. A similar […]

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Mahmud Masaadi

Literature of Tunisia

Lyric is traditionally the most popular literary genre in Tunisia, but many writers have written short stories and stories, and eventually the novel has had its impact. Tunisian literature exists in both Arabic and French, and important themes are the relationship between tradition and modernity, the liberation from colonialism and the questions of national identity. […]

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Uganda

Uganda is a republic in Africa. The country is located at the equator in the middle of the African continent, on the northern shore of Lake Victoria. Uganda borders Sudan in the north, the Democratic Republic of Congo in the west, Rwanda in the southwest, Tanzania in the south and Kenya in the east. Uganda […]

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