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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to Algeria, allowing you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday. Algeria has the longest distances of North Africa, a dramatic and green coast of the north, mountains stubborn people of strong cultural identities, the endless desert, breathtaking oases, and volcanic mountains.

Algeria is attractive being a country free of any heavy toursm, yet with a fully developed infrastructure... [more]

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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to Egypt, allowing you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday.

Few countries in the world comes closer to a monument overload than Egypt. Many visitors believing they have seen the best, often get a shock when later finding out how much remains undiscovered by them. But with more than 90% of all attractions lined up along the river Nile, Egypt is one big invitation to come and visit... [more]

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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to Libya, allowing you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday.

Libya must be the best kept secret of North Africa. But over the recent years it has opened up to the world. An increasing number of travellers get to see the country's stunning nature; wild mountains, fragile green spots of forests and oases, and the orange coloured desert.... [more]

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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to mauritania, allowing you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday.

Mauritania is beyond doubt the most dramatic country in North Africa, and one of the few remaining areas of the world which offers a feeling of medieval lifestyles. Infrastructure of Mauritania is badly developed, except for air services. Yet it is more modern than most African countries.

With good preparations, Mauritania is a safe country,- nature is the main challenge.

There is an abundance of fantastic nature experiences in Mauritania, and the climate is hot but not humid, so many will find their stay surprisingly pleasant. Mauritanians are preserving a number of impressive cultures, and creativity is evident almost everywhere you go.

Mauritania is undiscovered by many, though it offers you the experience of the world's longest train, the world's second largest monolith, the "Eye of Africa" and the 7th holiest city of Islam.

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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to Morocco, allowing you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday.

Morocco has been a popular tourist destination for two centuries, being just a few kilometres away from Europe, still completely different in culture, and with a spectacular nature.

Modern Morocco is everything but affluent, still it is not a poor country, and couldn't be any easier to travel with its excellent infrastructure... [more]

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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to Spain with a focus on the Muslim era. This guide allows you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday.

Moorish Spain owes its legacy of the 7 centuries of Muslim occupation of Spain. It is often held up as the brilliant example of Islamic civilization, the Golden Age of Islam, the beauty of multi-culture. But the truth is that the sights of this era are very few.

The invasion came in 711, and not it was first in 1492 that the Iberian peninsula was liberated. The culture brought to Christian Spain introduced new styles and customs, and much more saw its birth here over the centuries.




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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to sudan, allowing you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday.

Wild Animals. Green river valleys. Endless desert. Red Sea diving. Mountain trekking. Genuine camel caravans. Beautiful people. Nomads. Colorful markets without tourists. 150 ethnic groups. It's all the Sudan.

But it is also the country of unpaved and rough roads. Unskilled and slow bureaucracy. Refugee camps. Civil war. Rebels. Draught. Poverty. The Sudan is one of the most difficult countries in Africa to travel in. And yet one of the most rewarding.

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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to Tunisia, allowing you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday.

For many, Tunisia is a country of great beaches and pleasant hotels. But it is also a country of great history, shown in its monuments, and a spectacular desert with beautiful villages.... [more]

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This is an online travel guide for foreign visitors to Turkey, allowing you to see all of the country from your own computer and perhaps plan your next holiday.

This travel guide takes you to some of the most attractive tourist destinations of Turkey, the coast and mountains to the east and west of Antalya. It is a region of great historical remains, natural beauty and very attractive beach towns, like Side, Kalkan and Kas.

Excellent infrastructure allows everyone a chance to move away from the hotel and beach and see how varied Turkey is.

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