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Dakhla Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Previously known as Villa Cisneros, Dakhla is a metropolis in Western Sahara. In 1502 during the expansion of the Spanish Empire, Spanish found this place and named it Villa Cisneros. During their regime, Spanish authorities built up a catholic church and a fortress which is still a major point of interest for tourist to get on the flights to Dakhla. In 1960s, Francoist tyranny built up three paved airports in Western Sahara at Dakhla Airport. The main economic source of industry ...

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Batna Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Batna is one of the famous cities of Algeria. It is also the chief city of Batna Province in Algeria. The population of the city is over 2 million and it is believed to be the 5th largest city of the country. Batna is also amongst the main cities of the Chaoui area. Natives of this region tend to speak Arabic. However, French and Chaouia are also widely spoken in the region. A very few people speak English in Batna. The city comprises many historical sights and is surrounded by pi...

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Cameroon Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Cameroon is located in West Africa at a position such that it enjoys borders with Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Chad and Gabon. The country enjoys a border with the Bight of Bonny which is a part of Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean. Due to its French and English colonialism, Cameroon boasts both, English as well as French speaking regions. Officially known as The Republic of Cameroon, the country is often referred to as &lsqu...

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Benghazi Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Benghazi is the prominent and the second largest city of the Libya. Benghazi is also a chief city of the Cyrenaica region which boasts an extensive metropolitan area. The city has many organizations and institutions and is also one of the business hubs. With the population over 6 million, the city is large and offers a good living standard to its people. Education system in the city is good as well. There are many schools and other institutions which are doing a great job by educa...

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Fez Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Fez is well-known for its historical walled city and often it’s been compared to the walled city of Jerusalem. Fez is the medieval capital of Morocco and a very good city of high Islamic culture. It's difficult to get your hold on Fez; this might be partially because there are three towns in Fez, the two ancient walled areas and Fes-l-Jdid (new town) and Fes-l-Bali (old town) and the more contemporary French-built Ville Nouvelle. Fez also has been one of the best saved old c...

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Gabes Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: In terms of population, Gabes is the sixth Tunisian city and capital of Gabes Governorate (a province in Tunisia). In 2nd century BC, after the Second Panic War, Gabes came under Roman control and they gave the city new name “Tacapa. With the independence of Tunisia from the French, Gabes reverted to it in 1956. Gabes is one of the largest industrial cities of Tunisia. Most of the industries in Gabes are chemical oriented and that’s why university of Gabes offers one o...

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Central African Republic Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Central African Republic (CAR) is situated right in the center of the African continent, hence the name. Formerly a French colony, it emerged on the map of the world as an independent country on 13th August 1960. Spread around 623,000km2, Central African Republic’s topography is highlighted mainly by Ubangi and Chari rivers. Central African Republic borders Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo, Chad, Sudan and Cameroon which makes it landlocked. After having se...

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Lagos Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Lagos is a Nigerian port and the largest metropolitan area. It is densely populated and is believed to be the second most populous city in the continent. Lagos is also the fastest growing city in Africa and is estimated to be the 7th fastest growing city in the world. This metropolitan port is often pronounced as Eko in the Yoruba language. Lagos is an important financial capital of Nigeria. It was once a capital city of Nigeria and was replaced by Abuja which today is the country...

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Bangui Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Bangui is the largest and capital city of Central African Republic. The majority of country’s population lives in western parts of it, which is very close to the city of Bangui. Bangui is located on the northern banks of Oubangi River. The French authorities developed the city in 1889-90. It was the organizational center for the French region of Ubangi-Chari and sustained as the national capital when the state attain sovereignty as the Central African Republic in 1960. Bangu...

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Gisenyi Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION: Gisenyi is a city in Rwanda located in its Western Province. It shares border with Goma which is the city of Democratic Republic of the Congo. With a population over 1 million, Gisenyi is a big cosmopolitan and one of the economic hubs of the country. The city of Gisenyi is famous for manufacturing numerous local beers. It is the city where the country’s only brewery, Bralirwa is situated. Its economy depends upon the production of various Rwandan beers such as Mutzing and Pr...

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