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    Must See Places When Visiting Egypt – Top 10

    Remember that life is not the amount of breaths you take but the moments that take your breath away. Live life and take that trip to Egypt. Do not forget to send me a postcard.  A Postcard? Do people still send postcards? More

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    Most Beautiful Churches in Nigeria – Top 7

    Nigeria is the most populated country in Africa. It has over 182 million people. The Nigerian people are very religious and spend a lot of time visiting churches or other places of worship to pray. There are a lot of churches in Nigeria. The country saw a significant growth in places to worship over the past 20 years also. There are churches representing Roman Catholic, Protestant, Eastern orthodox, as well as other Christian types. More

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    Best African Cities & Towns – 25 of the Most Beautiful Cities in Africa

    Lagos is said to be Nigeria’s largest and richest city. Lagos was the capital of Nigeria up until 1972. Today Lagos is a very bustling city that is home to a number of large corporations. Actors and musicians who want to make it in the music or film industry usually journey to this city. More

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    Most Beautiful Beaches in Africa – Top 10

    They say Sidi Bou Said is a tourist trap but its beach could keep me ransom any day. The calm blue water of the Mediterranean bordered by the whitest of sands is known for its beauty worldwide. More

  • Mauritius - The Sallest Countries in Africa - Top 10

    9 Smallest Countries in Africa

    The Democratic Republic of Sao Tome consists of two main islands, Sao Tome and Principe surrounded by a group of smaller islands. Portuguese is the language of its 192, 993 inhabitants. It is the second smallest country in Africa and the smallest Portuguese speaking country in the world. More

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    Cleanest African Cities – Top 11

    Windhoek is the capital and economic center of Namibia. The government hires cleaning companies to keep the cities and suburbs clean and to distribute garbage bags to the residents of the city. More