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Panorama-Foto von: Martin Hertel EXPERT MAESTRO Fotografiert: 08:52, 25/03/2013 - Views loading...

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Schlüsselworte: desert, stone rock, sahara, dry, landscape

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In einer Steinwüste östlich von Tata/Marokko, einer weiten, sonnenverbranden Landschaft, die im Gegensatz zu den Erg (=Sandwüste) aus Steinen, Felsen und offenem, ausgetrocknetem Boden besteht.

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Bilder in der Nähe von Morocco

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A: Mrimina

von Martin Hertel, 38.9 entfernt

Halbwüste an der Straße zwischen Tata und Foum Zguid in Südmarokko.

Mrimina

B: Hammada

von Martin Hertel, 61.3 entfernt

Wüstenlandstrich zwischen Igherm und Tata in Südmarokko am Rand der Sahara

Hammada

C: Erg Foum Zguid

von Martin Hertel, 71.4 entfernt

Erg Foum Zguid

D: Shop in Foum Zguid

von Martin Hertel, 72.8 entfernt

Touristenladen in Foum Zguid am Rand der Sahara mit allerhand Antikem und wüstentauglichen Gewändern.

Shop in Foum Zguid

E: Foum Zguid

von Martin Hertel, 72.8 entfernt

Foum Zguid, eine kleine Oasenstadt im Südmarokko am Rande der Sahara. Start- oder Endpunkt vieler Tri...

Foum Zguid

F: Foum Zguid

von Milan Rademakers, 72.8 entfernt

In the middle op a square in Foum Zguid, where the desert starts.

Foum Zguid

G: Erg Foum Zguid

von Martin Hertel, 73.3 entfernt

Erg Foum Zguid

H: Palmenoase

von Martin Hertel, 74.7 entfernt

Dattelpalmen-Oase in einem ausgetrocknetem Flusstal des Antiatlas bei Taangmoute in Südmarokko

Palmenoase

I: Nomad House on top a hill - near Foum Zguid

von Milan Rademakers, 93.3 entfernt

Nomad house on top of a hill. The rainshower just passed us overhead.

Nomad House on top a hill - near Foum Zguid

J: Desert Sunset in Morocco

von Milan Rademakers, 94.0 entfernt

A very nice sunset in the desert of Morocco.

Desert Sunset in Morocco

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In June 2001 the African Union was formed, consisting of 53 African States organized, like in the EU, around common economic and political development.

Text by Steve Smith.

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