landscapelifescape:

Masjid Al-Hassan II, La grande mosquée, Casablanca, Morocco
(by El Gato Negro)
archaicwonder:

Ancient ruins of Meroë, The Kingdom of Kush 
The Nubian city was the base of a flourishing kingdom whose wealth was due to a strong iron industry and international trade.  At the time, iron was one of the most important metals worldwide, and Meroitic metalworkers were among the best in the world. Meroë also exported textiles and jewelry. Their textiles were based on cotton, reaching its height of production around 400 BC. Nubia was also very rich in gold. It is possible that the Egyptian word for gold "nub" was the source of name of Nubia.
Meroë is on the east bank of the Nile about 6 km north-east of the Kabushiya station near Shendi, Sudan.
westeastsouthnorth:

Ruhengeri, Rwanda
westeastsouthnorth:

Ghadames, Libya
leebarguss:

Lunda Sul river (by © Sam.Seyffert)
westeastsouthnorth:

Narus Valley, Uganda
africanstories:

Serra da Leba, Huila, Angola
by skylight99
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westeastsouthnorth:

Goree, Senegal
paxamericana:

This 8,000 year-old giraffe rock carving in DaBous, Niger is considered one of the finest petroglyphs in the world. The giraffe has a leash on its nose implying some level of taming the animals. It was found relatively recently on the top of a granite hill by local Touaregs and dates to the Kiffian era of 7,000 - 9,000 years ago.
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-cityoflove:

Afzejare Arch, Libya
wnderlst:

Kakum National Park, Ghana
Zebras in Tanzania, 2011, Darby Miller
submitted by: mybedtonight, thanks!

awkwardsituationist:

desre tate photographs kayakers steve fisher, dale jardine, and sam drevo standing at the edge of victoria falls’ 350 foot drop before absailing down. during the autumn dry season, the river’s flow is at a safe enough level that you can swim right to the waterfall’s edge (as shown in this photoset).

(via rhino-a-go-go)

just-wanna-travel:

Monrovia, Liberia
moroccanproud:

Kasbah des oudayas
Opaque  by  andbamnan