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Monument to the African Renaissance

On Saturday, the 23rd January, 2010
Monument to the African Renaissance

A sculpture taken Photo believe polemic in Senegal of skyscrapercity.com In Senegal, there is ending the construction of a gigantic sculpture of bronze in a hill near to Dakar. The colossal sculpture represents an African man, a woman and a child arising from a volcano. It is called a Monument to the African Renaissance and his entire height...
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The desert of Namibia

On Friday, the 21st I Wither, 2009

Video of BBC Worldwide with the voice of David Attenborough does not console me to know that in the desert coloring of Namibia it does more heat still than in Spain. Route: Videosmundi Parecidos Zagora and his warning cartel Sahara, an odyssey in the desert Apology of the desert The Karakum desert (and 2): The ecological disaster of the sea of Aral
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Forests of Madagascar

On Wednesday, the 29th April, 2009
Forests of Madagascar

Place of the World Patrimony of UNESCO threatened due to the political instability Photo: UNESCO The place included in the list of the World Patrimony of UNESCO named tropical Forest of Atsinanana comprises six national parks distributed along the oriental part of the island of Madagascar. The importance of these forests is that they are critical...
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Fazal Sheikh

On Wednesday, the 1st April, 2009
Fazal Sheikh

Exhibition of photo in the Foundation Mapfre Foto of the series Moksha Fazal Sheikh was born in 1965 in New York, graduated in Princeton in 1987 and he has traveled round Pakistan, Afghanistan, Brazil, Cuba and India, as well as round diverse countries of Africa, looking for communities of refugee or wrongly placed persons of his hearths for the wars...
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Ida Pfeiffer

On Tuesday, the 31st March, 2009
Ida Pfeiffer

It turned to the world two times and lived between cannibals and hunters of heads Foto: Wikipedia “Meanwhile I look in vain for some epithet that characterizes fairly his extraordinary disposal at the adventure, comes to my mind, for example, that in the proximities of Rio de Janeiro it defends itself from a dangerous robber to...
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Margery Perham

On Sunday, the 15th March, 2009
Margery Perham

Traveler and writer on African topics Margery Freda Perham (1895-1982) was born in Bury, Lancashire (England), on September 6, 1895. It was the youngest of the family - composed by five children and two daughters - of Federico Perham, merchant of wines and his wife, Marion. His grandmother, Maria Anna Needell, was a novelist. Seven children...
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Gum, the most dangerous city of the world

On Monday, the 2nd March, 2009
Gum, the most dangerous city of the world

A city between two active volcanoes and a ‘explosive lake’, in addition to there is stage of an endless war a Volcano Nyiragongo (Photo: Wikipedia) The Nyamuragira and the Nyiragongo are two of eight volcanoes that compose the mountain range of the mounts Virunga, which is in oriental Africa, and it spreads along the north rim...
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