History of Northern Africa

History of Northern Africa

Africa
From the century IX a. C. there is then news of a reign of Napata downstream of the fourth cataract, probably founded by an Egyptianized chief of Kūsh, whose sovereigns progressively extended their authority over Egypt, assuming the title of king of Kūsh and Egypt (25th dynasty called Cushite, which reigned between c. 715 and 663 BC). The Egyptian counterattack, the destruction (591 BC) of Napata, the flight of the sovereigns of Meroe to the S of the fifth cataract brought the Egyptian influence more and more inland. In fact, the kingdom of Meroe, which enjoyed a period of great splendor and civilization, did not limit itself to receiving the Egyptian civilization but absorbed it, remodeled it and transmitted it to the Saharan and black populations with whom it came into contact.…
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Tanzania – The Land of Contrasts

Tanzania – The Land of Contrasts

Africa
Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Zanzibar, combine some of the world's premier national parks with wonderful beaches and beautiful baths in the Indian Ocean. For those who want a little extra activity, we recommend a climb of Africa's roof, Kilimanjaro. Katavi and Mahale offer our guests unique safaris where we use small exclusive lodges of the highest standard that are located with only one purpose, to offer guests a maximum experience of nature and wildlife. Ruaha is today Africa's largest and perhaps most magnificent national park, Selous Game Reserve is Africa's largest game reserve. Big is good. In these parks and reserves there are many interesting animals to follow on safaris. Trackers give you the opportunity to combine your journey as you wish. You travel when you want and stay away as…
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