Africa: Continent of Contrasts

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Struik, 2005 - Travel - 296 pages
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Africa: Continent of Contrasts describes and depicts the natural, cultural, architectural and historical wealth of the African continent, in particular the varied wildlife, geographical landmarks, scenery, indigenous people and many noteworthy aspects of local culture and ceremonies. The book is divided into four main regions: North, West, East and Southern Africa, offering detailed information and rich visual impressions of each.
 

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Contents

I
10
II
16
III
20
IV
28
V
42
VI
58
VII
69
VIII
74
XVI
156
XVII
164
XVIII
176
XIX
182
XX
194
XXI
208
XXII
214
XXIII
218

IX
86
X
96
XI
116
XII
127
XIII
130
XIV
142
XV
146
XXIV
228
XXV
240
XXVI
260
XXVIII
270
XXIX
284
XXX
296

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About the author (2005)

Philip Briggs is a travel writer and tour guide who specializes in East and Southern Africa. He was born in Britain and raised in South Africa; he has written many travel guides and other books on the African continent. He also has written for many naturalist magazines.

Martin Harvey worked for the National Parks Board in Zimbabwe and Natal Parks Board in South Africa before eventually becoming a professional wildlife photographer. Based in South Africa, he has photographed wildlife in over 38 countries around the world, from the Arctic regions of North America to the deserts of Australia.

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