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10 largest cities in Africa

In Africa, both the population and the rate of urbanization are rising at the same time. These are the 10…

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Top 10 of the wildest African tribes

Of the billion people inhabiting the African continent, about 5 million are representatives of the ancient wild tribes.

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History

Why did Suakin Island turn into a ghost island

The town of Suakin is located on an island in the northeastern part of Sudan and has been an important…

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History

Jabel Maragha: how a 2000-year-old historical treasure was destroyed because of gold

Gold seekers motivated by greed were responsible for the destruction of an ancient archaeological site, Jabal Maragha, located in the…

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Why is Jebel Barkal important?

Jebel Barkal is so important because it’s believed to be a sacred place for Amun, and the temple complexes belonged…

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History

Meroe pyramids or political structure: What was Meroe known for?

Following the fall of the 24th Egyptian dynasty about 1000 BC, the Nubian kingdom of Kush arose as the dominant…

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History

Mysteries of the Stone Age that have not yet been able to unravel

The Stone Age is the longest stage in the history of humankind. It began about 2.6 million years ago in…

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History

Chattel Slavery: most common form of slavery

Chattel slavery is defined as a civil partnership in which one person has ultimate authority over another’s life, wealth, and…

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History

Meroe city and the mysterious pyramids of Sudan

Meroe, Sudan’s historic city, is situated on the east bank of the Nile River, northeast of Khartoum. Meroe was the…

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Africa

The most spoken languages ​​in Africa

The continent of Africa has over 2000 spoken languages. There are few that are widely spoken, and here are the…

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Best places to spend winter months

The grey sky, the snow, the cold, and the equally faded houses all merge into one unrelenting longing. However, these…

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Africa

3 African countries lose voting rights in UN

Three African countries, including Sudan, Congo, Guinea, have lost their right to vote in the United Nations because their debt…

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