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Abibiman anaa (Afrika)  Asaasepɔn kese a mmienu s woyi Ahyia firi hɔ a.εba no εmu nnip nso a εno nso na εtɔ so mmienu sε wo yi Ehyia firi hɔ a.

Statue representing Africa at Palazzo Ferreria, in Valletta, Malta

AbakɔsεmEdit

AnibueEdit

 
Ahoni keseε a εwɔ Misrim firi afe1400 BC.

Afe 8 kɔpem afe 1800Edit

 
Bibini a ɔte pɔnkɔ so
 
Asantefoɔ bayerε Afahyε
 
1803 

NkoasomEdit

 
Nkoasom nfoni


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Areas of Africa under the sovereignty or influence of the colonial powers in 1913, along with modern borders. Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend

Post-colonial AfricaEdit

 
Mobutu Sese Seko, 
 
Afrika Anaafo Asrafoɔ
 
Sahara

Wiemu NsakraeεEdit

 
Afrika

MmoadɔmEdit

 
Savanna at Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
 
Tropical beach in Trou-aux-Biches, Mauritius

AmanwɔsεmEdit

Abibiman Nakbomu KuoEdit

 
Kuro a εwɔ Abibiman Nkabom Kuo mu

Kasa AhodoɔEdit

AmamerεEdit

AgodieEdit

εsomEdit

 
The Holy Trinity Cathedral, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
 
The Great Mosque of Kairouan, founded in 670, is the oldest mosque in North Africa;[2] it is located in Kairouan, Tunisia
 
Vodun altar in Abomey, Benin
 
National Church of Nigeria, Abuja
 
A map showing religious distribution in Africa

AhyeεEdit

NhwehwεmuEdit

  1. Simon, Julian L. (1995) State of Humanity, Blackwell Publishing. p. 175. Template:ISBN
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