Top 10 Most Unique Landmarks in Africa

Written on 07/27/2021
Black Travel

Africa is truly a nature lovers destination filled with the most diverse landscapes natural formations, impressive architecture, cultures and evolution. It holds unusual yet neutral natural formations and landscapes and is most definitely a breathtaking sight to see and visit.

we present the top 10 most unique landmarks and natural formations in Africa.


#10. Olduvai Gorge ,Tanzania,

This site is located in the eastern Serengeti Plain within the Ngorongoro conservation area in northern Tanzania. Although view gorge is remarkable for its deposits, it has provided the most continuous known record of human evolution during the past 2 million years.

#9 Moroc City.

The ruins of the ancient cushitic city of Morocco lie on the east bank of the Nile River in what is now done. The city was established in the first millennium BC, it became the Sultan administration center for the kingdom of Cush, about 750 BCE, and later became the capital, the pyramids, the palace and temples of murrah are stunning examples of the architecture and Culture The Kingdom of Kush number.


#8 Great Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe during the 11th to 15th century Great Zimbabwe with the heart of a thriving trading Empire, those beings on cattle husbandry, agriculture, the gold trade and the Indian Ocean coast. The site is known for its stonework, and other evidence of advanced culture. Because of that it was incorrectly attributed to various ancient civilizations, such as the Phoenicians, the Greeks, or the Egyptians.


#7  Debs, Egypt. 

The Debs is one of the most famous cities of antiquity, its remains, some of which date back to the 11th dynasty of ancient Egypt lie on both sides of the Nile River in what is now the modern day country of Egypt. The tabs area also includes archaeological rich sites of Lexa the value of the kings, the value of the queens and cannot number six leptis Magna, Libya. leptis Magna was the largest city of the ancient region of Tripoli. Tania is located on the Mediterranean coast of what is now Northwestern Libya, and contained some of the world’s most finest remains of Roman architecture. The city became an important Mediterranean and trans Saharan Trade Center. leptis Magna changed hands and eventually became one of the best known cities of the Roman Empire. It fell into ruin after it was conquered by Arabs in 642 c e, and eventually became buried in sand only to be uncovered in the early 20th century.

#5, churches of lalibela , Ethiopia

lalibela located in North Central Ethiopia is famous for his rock when churches, which date back to the late 20th and early 13th century, the 11 churches important in utopian Christian tradition were built during the reign of Emperor lalibela centuries after they were built, the churches still draw 1000s of pilgrims around important holidays.

#4. Amara National Park, Madagascar

the singida murrah National Park is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site singie is a 250 square mile Tiger Tribe made up of massive limestone republics is riddled with jagged Spears, the unusual geomorphology of that singie the Marmara World Heritage Site, which encompasses both the National Park and adjusting strict nature reserve means that the site is home to an exceptionally large number of endemic species of plants and animals.

#3 Dallol, Ethiopia


located in the far region of North of  Ethiopia, the Dallol desert host a few active volcanoes including at layer the place is full with extraordinary lava lakes and sulfur Paul, the colors of geysers acidic hot springs and craters vary from acid green to rusty red. It may look like an overdone photo enhancement, but the color of the law are as real as they get.

#2, Timbuktu Mali

located on the southern edge of the Sahara in what is now Mali, the city of Timbuktu has historical significance for being a trading post in the trans Sahara Carmen. The city was haunted by tour again around 1100 ce II later became part of the Mali Empire and then changed hands several times after that three of West Africa’s oldest Last year bad. Suncor and CDI here were built there during the 14th and early 15th century


#1 Victoria Falls Zimbabwe.

Victoria Falls is the town in western Zimbabwe and the gateway to the massive waterfall of the same name. Here the Zambezi River plummets over a cliff into the boiling pot. Before flowing through a series of gorges, the devil’s pool and natural infinity pool is on the edge of a sheer drop spanning the river in 1905. Victoria Falls great. The surrounding Zambezi national park is home to white rhinos and elephants. Would you like to visit some of these sites? And if so, where? Is there an unusual landmark or natural formations we left out? Do Leave your comments below. I was your present of the query. You can find me on Instagram at Kiri dot Han. Thank you for watching. Remember to subscribe and ring the notification bell so that you don’t miss any of our African videos. You can now leave your suggestions or topics you’d like us to cover in the comments below