Africa is three-times bigger than Europe, yet the number of heritage sites in the latter is eight-times more than the former.
Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania seem to be missing out from the new list of World Heritage Sites. East African Region however has 20 sites already
Uninterested in the extreme altitudes of Kilimanjaro, Patrick Scott opted to explore Tanzania's vast calderas, abundant wildlife and of course the Mountain of God's Volcano.
Housed in grass-thatched buildings and revered as an important historical and spiritual site for the Baganda people, the tombs were declared World Heritage Site in 2001.
It sounds like a scene from a horror movie, but the reality of the mystic island can be scarier than what anything Stephen King could ever fathom in his mind
How Many World Heritage Sites exist on the African Continent today? And which country has the most properties?
There is a Bermuda Triangle in East Africa. But it is an Island and not exactly triangular shaped but if you dare step on it....You disappear.
The Executive Board of the Global Geopark Network (GGN) has announced that Morocco will host the 10th United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Global Geoparks Conference in Marrakech this year.