Djibouti

Country number:
168
Territory number:
208
*I always thought of Djibouti as a place where human history hasn’t really begun yet – or perhaps it’s already over. There’s something in the landscape that’s stronger than human civilisation. There’s no agriculture, for example, and there are live volcanoes."
Claire Denis

Tales from Djibouti

Touring Djibouti - Walking on the Moon - Horn of Africa Part 5

Lac Abbe - thousands of geothermal limestone chimneys, up to fifty metres high, belching sulphur into the sky.
Lac Abbe - thousands of geothermal limestone chimneys, up to fifty metres high, belching sulphur into the sky.
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Djibouti City - Horn of Africa Part 4

Djibouti city is a charming mélange of fading Arabic architecture, or a hotchpotch of crumbling ramshackle buildings, depending on your mood..
Djibouti city is a charming mélange of fading Arabic architecture, or a hotchpotch of crumbling ramshackle buildings, depending on your mood..
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Djibouti - in a Nutshell

Wikipedia describes Djibouti as a’ unitary dominant presidential republic under an authoritarian dictatorship’
Wikipedia describes Djibouti as a’ unitary dominant presidential republic under an authoritarian dictatorship’
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