Monthly Archive: August 2021

Kenya Culture

Kenya Culture

The meeting of the arable Bantu peoples with the shepherd peoples of the Nilots and Cushites resulted in a highly differentiated cultural life, especially since the Kenyans often orient their thinking more on their...

Timbuktu (World Heritage)

Timbuktu (World Heritage)

Hardly any other city in the Sahara is tainted with as much myth as Timbuktu. The world heritage includes mosques, mausoleums and cemeteries that were built using traditional clay construction. Timbuktu was once an...

Kahuzi-Biega National Park (World Heritage)

Kahuzi-Biega National Park (World Heritage)

One of the last groups of Eastern lowland gorillas (gray gorillas) lives in the tropical rainforest between two extinct volcanoes, the Kahuzi and the Biega. Due to the political situation and the mining of...

Tiya (World Heritage)

Tiya (World Heritage)

The 32 up to 5 m high prehistoric steles in Tiya are unique witnesses of Ethiopian culture defined by findjobdescriptions. The symbolism of the pictures carved in stone has not yet been deciphered. Tiya...