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Sahara Desert - World Tourism will discuss about the Sahara Desert . Sahara Desert is the largest desert on the African continent. Sahara is divided into western Sahara, central Ahaggar Mountains, the Tibesti Mountains, Mountain Air (an area of ​​desert mountains and plateaus), Tenere desert and the Libyan desert (the most arid region). Emi Koussi (3415 m/11, 204 ft) in the Tibesti Mountains in northern Chad is the highest peak in the Sahara Desert. The southern border of the Sahara is marked by a band semiarid savanna called the Sahel, south of the Sahel lies Southern Sudan and the Congo River Basin. Limit of the Sahara Desert is the Atlantic Ocean on the west, the Atlas Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Red Sea to the east, and the Sudan (region) and the Niger River valley in the south. Most of the Sahara consists of rocky hamada, ergs (large area covered with sand) form only a small part.
-Emi Koussi is the highest peak in the Sahara. It is 3415 m and is located in the Tibesti Mountains in northern Chad.
-It is surprising but there are about 500 species of plants that can grow in the Sahara Desert.
-The Sahara, known in Arabic as as-Sahra 'al-kubra and means "The Great Desert", is the largest hot desert in the world.
-With a total of more than 9.4 million km ², almost as large as the continental United States or Europe.
the desert because of rainfall levels are very low.

-Rainfall in the Sahara is very rare, but when it does it is usually torrential when it occurs after long dry periods.
-Rock-Art Sites of Tadrart Acacus, where you will find pictures of animals on cave walls, declared a UNESCO World.

-Countries in the Sahara is Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, Tunisia and Western Sahara.
-Richat-structure is unusual landform located in Mauritania. This prominent circular feature in the Sahara has attracted the attention of many people because of its striking his bull's eye. This unique landform has a diameter of about 50 km.

-Saharan Africa has one of the world's harshest climates. North-east wind prevailing often causes sand to form dust devils and dust storms.
-Sahara is so dry that half of that received less than 20 mm of rain per year while the reminders have up to 10 cm per year.

-Berber, together with the Tuareg, are the dominant ethnic group in the Sahara.
-Over-all, when the desert heat and cold combined, the Sahara is the largest desert on Earth 2. It is next only to the Antarctic are classified

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