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Meroë Pyramids, مرواه, Sudan

200km North-East of Khartoum, on the east bank of the Nile, the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Kush awaits the visitors with its necropolis and more than 200 stone pyramids, divided in three groups. It takes your breath away.

This archeological site is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Official Sudan’s Ministry of Tourism’s website:

http://www.sudan-tourism.gov.sd/En/index.html

More info about the country if you’re planning to visit:

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/sudan

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The Baobabs Alley, Menabe, Madagascar

Whilst the world (at least our “Western World”) dwells in a chaotic high-speed life where every second matters and should not be wasted, there are some places on Earth where the heart feels it can naturally wind down.

Baobabs trees usually stand alone, but here they gather together forming a corridor, an alley around the dirty road.

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More infos about Madagascar, the Baobabs Alley, tours and accommodations can be found here:

http://www.travelmadagascar.org/index.html