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Geography for Kids: African countries and the continent of Africa
Africa is the second largest continent in the world. It is very diverse, with a wide variety of land, climate changes, and wildlife. Africa is the most populated continent: 1,022,234,000 people. African languages are varied with more than 1000 languages spoken across the continent #map #countries #continent
Africa: young Beja girl, Sudan. The Beja people are believed to have originally been a Berber tribe and are genetically linked to Tuaregs and other Amazigh tribes of north and west Africa. Her hairstyle is typical of north African people such as Ethiopians, Somalians, Sudanese, Libyans, and traces back to ancient Egypt.
Culture of Djibouti - history, people, women, beliefs, food, customs, family, social, marriage
Djibouti woman; Djibouti is in northeast Africa, on the Red Sea coast, bordered by Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia. The country was created by France in the late nineteenth century during the colonial scramble for Africa. In 1977, it became independent after having been a protectorate and colony for more than a century. Djibouti had no identity as a state or national unit before 1859, when the French concluded a treaty with the local Afar sultan of Obock.