10 Of The Most Naturally Stunning World Heritage Sites In Africa

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Written by Julia Austin
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Ethiopian Highlands, Ethiopia

The Ethiopian Highlands are sometimes called “The Roof of Africa” because they are the largest mass of land with continuous peaks reaching as high as 14,928 feet, and almost none of the area going below 4,921 feet. The climate here is tropical monsoon, and here you’ll find plants like wild coffee growing, and animals like the endangered Gelada baboon.

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