African Geo

written by: Yasmin Emad 17 Mar

"Mountain Gorilla".. The African Cave Dweller Who Chooses a Ruler for

Despite being powerful and dominant, "Mountain gorilla" is shy and gentle. Although it lives in isolated places in forests, it is always targeted through poaching, and even endangered. "Mountain gorilla", which lives according to its own rules and traditions, is the

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written by: Tahani Abdel Salam - translated by: Yasmin Badr 11 Mar

The kingdom of Aksum... African civilization that has fallen from history

"The kingdom of Aksum" One of the four greatest powers in the world. it Strong growing in eastern Africa, Although founded in the first century c.e., they only flourished during the fourth and seventh centuries c.e., Before it finally fell in the tenth century.According to one legend, its

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written by: Safinaz Hassan - Translated by: Amira Abd El Basset 01 Mar

Maasai people ..The ancient tribes of East Africa challenges time

Although you may be afraid of their appearance, they are friendly people who love people, life, and bright colors especially red and blue,in addition to their constant dancing on the rhythm of African drums, this is the type of life which they prefer. On her recent trip to East Africa, she

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Wrote by: Mustafa Abdel Salam .. Translated by: Yasmin Badr 23 Feb

"African Lion" .. King of the jungle, which depends on his wife in hunting

"Osama, Al-Harith, Haidara, Al-Sabaa, Al-Mutawakis, Al-Najaj, Al-Dawaas, Al-Saab", The Arabs knew it by those names. the African lion reaches from head to body between 170 and 250 centimeters for males,Females are 140 to 175 cm long, and males have a shoulder height of 123 cm,The

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Written by: Tahany Abdulsalam - Translated by: Rana Magdy 17 Feb

"Kush" .. The land of "Black Pharaohs" who ruled the Nile Valley four centuries

"Such a powerful kingdom that imposed its influence and control between the 8th and the 4th centuries BC." As described by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and even as the greatest ancient African civilization. UNESCO added its archaeological

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