Somaliland’s 5,000 year old rock paintings

Somaliland has some of the best-preserved rock paintings in Africa but only a few intrepid travellers have seen them. French archaeologists discovered them in 2002, more than 5,000 years after they were made.

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    Somaliland has some of the best-preserved rock paintings in Africa but only a few intrepid travellers have seen them.

    French archaeologists discovered them in 2002, more than 5,000 years after they were made.

    Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi reports from Hargeisa, Somaliland.


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