The Great Wall Of AfricaCharles Hoots
As our small plane descends toward Al Ayun, the capital of the Western Sahara, I can just make out rings of stone and brush dotting the desert floor. A Sahrawi, as the inhabitants of this region are called, tells me the stone enclosures are built by nomads to protect caches of food and water from foraging animals.
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