From the lunar-shaped mountains of Tibesti to the giant granite rocks that look like sculptures shaped by the winds and sand of the Ennedi, the dunes that are moving from the far north to the salt lakes miraculously set in the middle of the hellish Sahara. northern Chad is anything but a monotonous desert vastness. The men, women and children...
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