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In a rocky desert east of Tata / Morocco, a vast, sun-branden landscape made in contrast to the erg (= sand desert) of stones, rocks and open, parched ground.

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Nearby images in Morocco


A: Mrimina

by Martin Hertel, 38.9 km away

Semi-desert on the road between Tata and Foum Zguid in southern Morocco.


B: Hammada

by Martin Hertel, 61.3 km away

Desert land between Igherm and Tata on the edge of the Sahara in southern Morocco


C: Erg Foum Zguid

by Martin Hertel, 71.4 km away

Erg Foum Zguid

D: Shop in Foum Zguid

by Martin Hertel, 72.8 km away

Tourist shop in Foum Zguid at the edge of the Sahara with all kinds of antique and desert robes.

Shop in Foum Zguid

E: Foum Zguid

by Martin Hertel, 72.8 km away

Foum Zguid, a small oasis town in southern Morocco on the edge of the Sahara. Start or end point of m...

Foum Zguid

F: Foum Zguid

by Milan Rademakers, 72.8 km away

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

Foum Zguid

G: Erg Foum Zguid

by Martin Hertel, 73.3 km away

Erg Foum Zguid

H: Palm Oasis

by Martin Hertel, 74.7 km away

Date palm oasis in a parched valley of the Anti-Atlas near Taangmoute in southern Morocco

Palm Oasis

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

by Milan Rademakers, 93.3 km away

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

by Milan Rademakers, 94.0 km away

A very nice sunset in the desert of Morocco.

Desert Sunset in Morocco

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The earliest fossil of the homo sapiens family (human beings) was found in Ethiopia, dating back more than 200,000 years. Compared to this length of time, even the "ancient Sumerians" from 6000 B.C. are drooling toddlers.

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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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