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THE AFRICA YOU NEVER SEE...(ongoing thread)

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Seeing as I apparently make sh*t useless threads, perhaps this one will change that pattern of crappy threads. Lets beginAfrica is more than starving kids and lions and hyenas and genocide...actually...most of what the media shows you is just a tiny percentage of what is actually going on...I get vex when I hear blacks talking down about Africa or saying they don't care or have no connection or they hate us or they'd rather go to Europe to visit and all that other sh*t...you're in the diaspora but you're still every bit of African on the inside! Don't ever let anyone tell you otherwise...that mentality is what happens when you live in a world that is not your own and never will be...anyways, this will be an ongoing thread showcasing the place of origin for all of humanity and home of the original man (the originator, none greater, often imitated never duplicated)...the most beautiful place on the face of the earth! Africa!Ellis_Park_new_A.jpgEllis Park Stadium, South Africa, home of the 2010 World Cupn593040551_766485_4609.jpgVictoria Falls, bordering Zambia & Zimbabwe - once a 'wonder of the world' - the largest waterfall on earthn593040551_766161_8735.jpgNamibian593040551_783873_812.jpgPretoria, South African593040551_784435_1180.jpgn593040551_784436_7186.jpgn593040551_785424_4760.jpgn593040551_785408_2026.jpgmorning traffic - Accra, Ghanan593040551_785644_2157.jpgn593040551_785645_2880.jpgLibyan513953212_317761_7550.jpgFreedom & Justice Square, Ghana - celebrating Ghana's independence, on top is a 4 sided black starn513953212_317759_1329.jpgfountain statues - Ghanan593040551_822755_2506.jpggolf course - Nigerian593040551_822754_2134.jpgNotre Dama Basilica, Ivory Coastn593040551_823748_932.jpgn593040551_823747_385.jpgJohannesburg, South African507290758_17077_9561.jpgn507290758_16564_8934.jpgGambian593040551_826907_7402.jpgCameroonn518570265_229202_7130.jpgNotre Dame of Africa Cathedral - Algerian518570265_865041_2974.jpgAfrican Unity Movement Monument - Algeria, depicting the notion that with unity, africa can move upwards and reach new heightsn518570265_865046_2927.jpgAlgerian591247991_381858_2168.jpgn591247991_381856_1232.jpgn591247991_381857_1607.jpgHeroes Acre - Zimbabwe - honoring africans who have died in war so that future africans could be freen530860342_2183132_8405.jpgAIDS awareness marathon in Ethiopian1009764719_30027571_5328.jpglocal girl poses for picture - Cameroonn1009764719_30027574_6198.jpglocals participate in a canoe race - Cameroonn683585433_1943802_2866.jpgStatue of Kwame Nkrumah in Ghana - etching alongside statue translates 'forward ever, backwards never' the man who brought independence to Ghanan9636624_35950670_3100.jpgn631085472_2242554_9544.jpgAngolan683585433_2013421_3255.jpgAfrican Unity Movement Statue - Benin, showing countrymen all holding up a pot, which has holes representing the problems of the community and all hands trying to cover the holesn562330313_2186645_8657.jpgDakar, Senegaln501408843_276423_3589.jpgresort - Ugandan593040551_838858_1626.jpgfront of Airport - Ghanan593040551_838859_2401.jpgMoroccan soccer fans at the Africa Cup **THE TING IN JEANS**n8225668_33509095_4663.jpgfishermen commuting - Congon524058456_419226_9296.jpgmarketplace - Moroccon38506128_32087598_4877.jpgfamily beach on weekend - Nigerian512530034_359483_9416.jpgstatue of the lion of juda, Ethiopian517672455_34551_5218.jpgfarmer and family, Rwandan517672455_34550_509.jpgfarm on hillside, Rwandan25801002_35717058_3959.jpgstatue of Maalaw, chosen horse of many of Senegal's finest warriors and source of many folktales and legendsn25801002_35717073_7805.jpgAfrican Unity Monument Statue - Senegal, showing tribesmen from different tribes holding hands but also jointly grasping a sword, to depict unity in the face of a common enemyn25801002_35717070_6955.jpgPresident's Palace - Senegaln593040551_841227_4129.jpgCape Town, South African593040551_841581_8476.jpgBloukrans Bridge, South Africa one of the highest bridges on earthn560716022_881210_5346.jpgMogdisho, Somalia

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daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayum @ Bloukrans Bridge/lol @ local girl poses for pictureis that all cameroon has to offer/good thread

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Thank f*ck my country is in there. alhough theres thousands of beautiful sites in the north of somalia

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n113100576_30190004_6374.jpgconcept art for Nigerian National Stadiumn113100576_30190011_2487.jpgn113100576_30190012_2877.jpglocal Nigerians participate in fashion shown504203256_302230_7170.jpgEthiopian villager...All thats missing is a 6 pack of beer and some grilled chicken. What a viewn646635989_587070_6484.jpgUgandan countrysiden519095600_2231646_5240.jpgChildren at play - Somalian513256828_596006_2496.jpgNational Stadium - Tanzanian694340143_2165400_2507.jpgMt. Sinai - Egyptn694340143_2165559_3775.jpgCairo skyline at nightn694340143_2166871_3543.jpgn694340143_2166870_2792.jpgoutside walls of library in Alexandria, curved walls etched in ancient hieroglyphn694340143_2166960_3459.jpgn694340143_2166959_2479.jpginside of library in Alexandria, Egypt, winner of global architecture award in 2004n504140238_565340_8266.jpgtiny village on hills of Rwandan504140238_565360_5562.jpglake - Rwandan786980077_762311_1207.jpginside of taxicab - Nairobi, Kenya (Kent white folks would be amazed African cabs got TV)n1124670086_30029043_6649.jpgwaterfalls - Ethiopian503521847_402789_6543.jpgPresident's Palace - Sudan
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Good thread. n504203256_302230_7170.jpgThat is an amazing view (makes it laptop background)

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Good threadAfrica is up there just drained from its natural resources by the rich nations

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n593040551_867986_9760.jpgancient ruins - Sudann593040551_867985_9269.jpgancient pyramids of Sudann593040551_867988_679.jpgoutskirts of Sudann593040551_867987_185.jpgroad heading into Khartoum, Sudann831983138_342672_3547.jpgfishermen - Congon199709762_37894542_6591.jpgvalleys - southern Sudann199709762_37894541_6222.jpgchapel - Sudann831983138_342781_3753.jpglake between Congo & Rwandan705097266_627404_1963.jpgNamibian721915009_2244073_8898.jpgThe famous Drakensburg Peak in South African502086553_655555_1397.jpgKhartoum, Sudann502086553_655562_9782.jpghotel in Khartoum, Sudann722616844_424369_6519.jpgRoadway leading into the capital of Nigerian208701603_30569358_3259.jpgAdwa Mountains in Ethiopia, pictured are the plains where the Ethiopian Army crushed the Italian Army and its allies in 1896, making Ethiopia the ONLY African country to have never been colonizedn593040551_827240_9053.jpgn593040551_874276_41.jpgn593040551_827241_9355.jpgn593040551_827242_9659.jpgn593040551_827225_525.jpgceremonies of the African Cup soccer tournament in Ghana 2008, won by Egyptn208701603_30565462_4026.jpgn1124670086_30029044_6939.jpga church in Lalibella, Ethiopia, once a 'wonder of the world' nearly 1,000 year old multi-level structure was carved from one single giant stone, complete with walkways, hallways, windows, air vents, and architectural techniques way ahead of its time
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yea good thread, glad algeria was included in there, theres lots of beauty in algeria but good choice of pics.

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"Adwa Mountains in Ethiopia, pictured are the plains where the Ethiopian Army crushed the Italian Army and its allies in 1896, making Ethiopia the ONLY African country to have never been colonized"wooooooowdidnt know thisgot chills with that one

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Too much amharek pictures on thereLack of representation from Djibouti stilland Tanzania

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Awesome thread and some even better pics.But still;Angola>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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Some good pix, just a shame you like to burn women alive

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Europe >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
:rolleyes: how did i know someone would come with this... good thread tho - pictures are amazing.
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thread is solidEuropeans could never chacstise anyone for torture, one of the most famous landmaks on this island is london dungeons'africa' is without question the wealthiest land on this planet, abundant in natural resources, other 'nations' gained their artificial wealth through their monetary systemsWat we call'Africa', i feel is the only remainder left of this Garden of Eden everyone is taught about, and its funny how we call it 'africa' / 'the departed' when everything used to just be north south east or west of Asia. Thats why indigenous ppls are referred to as Asiatic, no afrivans

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