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Apr 13, 2022





Sahara is the hottest desert in the world and the third largest desert after Antarctica and the Arctic Circle. Located in North Africa, it covers most of the continent with an area of ​​9,200,000 square kilometers comparable to China and the United States!

 Sahara is the hottest desert in the world and one of the harshest climatic zones. The average annual temperature is 30 ° C, but the highest temperature ever recorded was 58 ° C. There is little rainfall in this area, and in fact half of the Sahara Desert rains less than an inch each year.

 Many consider Sahara to be a hot climate all the time, but due to lack of humidity, nighttime temperatures can drop dramatically, reaching a minimum of 6 ° C. Snow falls regularly in some mountains, but not elsewhere in Sahara.

  Sahara is the hottest desert in the world and the third largest desert after Antarctica and the Arctic Circle. Sahara boasts an astonishing area of ​​9.2 million km², about the same size as China, and occupies 8% of the total area of ​​the earth. Impressive!


May 15, 2022


Sahara is on the shield of Africa.

The African shield is made up of highly folded and exposed Precambrian rocks. Due to the stability of the shield, the later Paleozoic layers remain horizontal and relatively unchanged. In most parts of Sahara, these formations are covered with Mesozoic sediments (such as Algeria, southern Tunisia, northern Libyan limestone, and Nubian sandstone in the Libyan desert), along with many of the basins of important regions,,, It's equivalent. In northern Sahara, these formations are also associated with a series of basins and depressions extending from an oasis in western Egypt to Scotland in Algeria.

In southern Sahara, the downward distortion of the African shield created a large basin of Cenozoic lakes and oceans. B. Old Mega Chad. Ceril and legs have different personalities in different parts of the desert, but are thought to represent Cenozoic sediments. A striking feature of the plain is the dark patina of a ferromanganese compound called desert lacquer that forms on the surface of weathered rocks.


May 15, 2022


Pour ce qui concerne l'Algérie, la plus grande partie de son territoire ( 2 382 000 km2 ) est couverte par le désert ( soit 85 % mais la partie non désertique de l'Algérie est égale à la surface de l'Allemagne et est plus grande que l'Italie et le Royaume-Uni, soit 360 000 km2. D'alger à Biskra aux portes du désert, la surface de l'Algérie non désertique représente en longueur 1622 km et en largeur 316 km. Quelques pays plus étroits que l'Algérie : ItalieLongueur maximale 1 360 km. Au nord, la largeur maximale est d'environ 600 km, dans la péninsule ( la tige de la " botte ) elle varie entre 140 km et 240 km Japon Longueur : 1 389 km, largeur : varie de 50 à 240 km. Chili Longueur : 4 300 km du Pérou au Cap Horn, largeur moyenne : 180 km avec 440 km maximum à 90 km minimum. 


May 16, 2022


The Sahara Desert 🏜 is the world's largest hot desert and, after Antarctica and the Arctic, the world's third largest desert. It is located in North Africa and encompasses enormous areas of the continent, covering 9,200,000 square kilometres, similar to China or the United States! Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Western Sahara, Sudan, and Tunisia are all part of the Sahara. It covers 9 million square kilometres (3,500,000 square miles), or about 31% of Africa.🏜🌵


May 18, 2022


If you compare with the current map (1), you will see that Tindouf was part of Morocco, which is now considered Algerian territory. Mauritania was also part of Morocco, which is now an independent state. In 1885 Spain colonized Western Sahara, and in 1902 France invaded Mauritania. The rest of Morocco ended up being divided between the two powers, Spain took control of the South and North, and France took control of the East and West. After a long fight and many sacrifices, Morocco gained its independence in 1956. However, independence without Seuta, the cities of Melilla (still under Spanish control) and the Sahara (was under Spanish control until 1976).