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Konna

Konna is a small village located at 70 Km from Mopti on the Niger River bank. On January 2013, Konna was captured by the Islamists. The attack triggered French intervention in the war, and with their aid the Malian Governmental Forces swiftly launched a counterattack to retake the town. A street bear the name of the French Sergent, Damien Boiteau, the

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Mopti, Mali

Handicraft Center

The Handicraft center in Timbuktu where one can find any kind of art work in Timbuktu.

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Timbuktu, Mali

Place Of Sharia

The people of Gao endured nine months of amputations and floggings under the rule of Islamist rebels – much of it aimed at ethnic groups The jihadis carried out amputations in the sandy square where the residents of Gao used to watch basketball. The men who ruled Gao for nine months, until French and Malian troops drove them out, replaced the

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Gao, Mali

Dogon Mask Dance

The Dogon are an ethnic group living in the central plateau region of the country of Mali, in Western Africa, south of the Niger bend, near the city of Bandiagara and Sangha, in the Mopti region. The Dogon are best known for their religious traditions, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture. The past century has seen significant changes in

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Sangha, Mali

Palais Aguibo Tall

Bandiagara is the portal to Dogon Country and its main commercial centre. Within the city one finds the magnificent Palace of Aguibou Tall, with the new Tourism Information Centre inside. There is also the large toguna named Nangabanou, a traditional medicinal centre with botanical gardens, some good hotels, and a cybercafé. Visit the Palace Aguibou Tall, one of the oldest building

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Bandiagara, Mali

Table Du Renard

The mystical Dogon Country is one of the last outposts of African ancient wisdom in the world it's also the most visited area in Mali. The various villages differ quite a bit. In the Dogon village of Sangha, learn the traditional way that people greet each time pass they pass one another. See the table drawn in the sand called (Table du

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Sangha, Mali

San Toro

San Toro is the most original and interesting restaurant in Bamako. With excellent fish, meet and sauces, the food is simple, well presented and delicious. The decoration is amazing! Presenting African food in a luxurious setting is genius. Local Malian upper-class as well as tourists, expats and soldiers find something interesting to eat in this restaurant. They  cook only African

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Bamako, Mali

San Toro

San Toro is the most original and interesting restaurant in Bamako. With excellent fish, meet and sauces, the food is simple, well presented and delicious. The decoration is amazing! Presenting African food in a luxurious setting is genius. Local Malian upper-class as well as tourists, expats and soldiers find something interesting to eat in this restaurant. They  cook only African

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Bamako, Mali

Touareg Tents

Experienced a night having tea with the touareg in the Desert.

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Timbuktu, Mali

Gourma

The elephants live in Mali, in the Gourma region of the Sahel, an ever-narrowing strip of land that lies between the desert in the north and the savanna in the south. The Sahel in West Africa is a near-desert wasteland of sparsely vegetated plains and endless miles of sand dunes. To survive in this extremely harsh landscape, each year the

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Gao, Mali