The Barberton Makhonjwa mountains northeast of South Africa were included in the World Heritage of UNESCO. This is the tenth South African website to benefit from that noble status. Discovery.

Green hills with well rounded nipples. Valleys and crevices in the gallery forests of the lush alluring gaits. As for the infinite firmament, it exhibits no sparingly while his blue of sublime and irresistible beauty.

romantic descriptions were beautiful multiply, nothing really is worth discovering for yourself Makhonjwa of Barberton mountains in Mpumalanga province northeast Africa to Mozambique and Swaziland borders (Eswatini former Swaziland).

Barberton Makhonjwa Mountains are formed according to geologists volcanic and sedimentary rocks dating back 3.6 to 3.25 billion years, when the first continents started to form on the primitive earth. This relief is the result "of the impacts of meteorites formed just after the great bombardment (4.6 to 3.8 billion years), which are particularly well preserved."

The country Mandela rich world heritages!

A natural wonder so captivating that UNESCO has a point to include the site in Barberton Makhonjwa World Heritage. This is the tenth South African website to integrate the circle to enjoy this privilege. The other nine are: Khomani, Mapungubwe Richtersveld Park Maloti-Drakensberg Park iSimangaliso Wetland, Vredefort Dome, the Protected Areas of the Cape, the sites of fossil Kromdraai, Sterkfontein and Swartkrans. Not to mention the famous Robben Island.

Located some 7 km from the shore, this Atlantic island became famous for hosting the prison which hosted the heroes of the struggle against apartheid. Among them, Nelson Mandela, Jacob Zuma and Kgalema Motlanthe. As if it were an anteroom of power, the first two were presidents while Motlanthe served his country as vice president.

Source :  afriquemedia

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