A smugglers’ haven in the Sahara (2/38)
AGADEZ, NIGER —
Tuareg camel traders walk past the Agadez Mosque. Originally built in 1515 this mosque was restored in 1844 and is a central landmark in this city.
Agadez, is the largest city in central Niger with an estimated population of over 120,000 people. This city, comprised mainly of one-story mud structures, is situated on the southern outskirts of the Sahara desert and has been an important trade center for centuries. Tuareg and Berber tribes have traveled the...more »
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