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Tassili N'ajjer sunrise Featured Tassili n'Ajjer Print

Tassili N'ajjer sunrise

This picture is taken on the road between Djanet and Borj El Hawas, and the mountains you see are part of the Tassili Na'ajjer National Park (UNESCO) in Algeria

© Omar Dakhane

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Stone Age rock engraving of a bull, possibly from the 'Cattle Period' (4, 000 - 2, 000 BC) Featured Tassili n'Ajjer Print

Stone Age rock engraving of a bull, possibly from the "Cattle Period" (4, 000 - 2, 000 BC)

Stone Age rock engraving of a bull, possibly from the "Cattle Period" (4, 000 - 2, 000 BC). Country of Origin: Algeria. Culture: Stone Age. Period/ Date: Prehistoric. Place of origin: Settane, Tassili N'Ajjer. Material/ Size: Sandstone 40 x 80 cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive / Musee Bardo, Algiers. Location: 23

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images

Rock paintings, Algerian Sahara Featured Tassili n'Ajjer Print

Rock paintings, Algerian Sahara

Rock paintings of animals, including giraffes, in the Algerian Sahara. The variation in climate in North Africa over the past 12, 000 years has had a profound effect on human occupation and subsistence. During wet periods, life flourished in what is now desert. Thousands of neolithic carvings and rock paintings reflect this change in climate and human habitation. Photographed in Tassili n'Ajjer National Park, Algeria

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