Inside Africa, Travel

10 Most Beautiful Traditional African Fashions

Head Tie

African clothing is known around the world for its bright colors and its eye-catching designs. But have you ever wondered what all the different types of traditional garments are called and where they come from? Let’s take a look at some of the most beautiful and popular traditional fashions in Africa! 10. Agbada This is

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Inside Africa, Travel

10 Most Extravagant Hotels in Africa

Corinthia Hotel Khartoum

There are many natural riches throughout the continent of Africa, including exquisite grasslands and mountains, white sand beaches, and an astonishing diversity of wildlife. But there is also quite a bit of wealth in Africa in the material sense, much of which is centered in the continent’s booming tourism industry. If you yourself are a

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Facts, Inside Africa

Biggest Refugee Camps in Africa

Mishamo refugee camp

The second-largest continent in the world, Africa is also home to over 26% of refugees in the world. The numbers are staggering, and continue to grow as more nations get caught in wars. The biggest refugee camps in Africa aim to bring solace to those escaping their homelands, while providing them with food, shelter, education,

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Inside Africa, Sports

Top 10 Best Football Clubs in Africa

Best football clubs in Africa

Football is the most popular sport in Africa, but what are the best football clubs in Africa right now? Below are the 10 best African football clubs. The points of the clubs are based on stats from footballdatabase.com and recent success has more influence than historic wins. 10. CS Sfaxien – Tunisia – 1523 points CS Sfaxien was founded in

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Facts, Inside Africa, Travel

Top 10 Smallest Countries in Africa

Here is an overview of the smallest countries in Africa by size of their territory. Africa is the second largest continent and features some of the largest countries in the world. However, it also contains some of the smallest countries in the world. We start with the ‘largest’ of the small African countries and work

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