New Images Emerge of North Africa From 125 Years Ago

Published On March 31, 2017 | By patrice | Amazing black men, Amazing black women, The latest posts

Africa is known to be one of the most beautiful places on the planet Earth and there are now images that have hit the World Wide Web of the life that was captured of North Africans from 125 years ago.

The pictures from Algeria, Tunisia, as well as the Sahara desert in 1890, recently appeared in a book compiled wit German architecture of that particular time frame.

This book is set to go on sale soon, expecting to gain a profit of more than $5,000.

This image of children sprinting through the Sahara Desert in the late 19th century forms part of the book going on sale
The striking images give a fascinating glimpse of life in North Africa during the late 19th century

The striking images give a fascinating glimpse of life in North Africa during the late 19th century
This family were seen with their tents pitched in the desert, with their camel seen in the background
Pictures were taken from in villages and desert landscapes, providing an insight into life at the time

The images were taken from villages and desert landmarks, which are all able t provide some sort of insight into the life of Africans during that time.

Rapid colonization of Europeans began to take place in large numbers in the 19th Century and was termed as the “scramble for Africa.”

By the end of that century, Egypt had become a British protectorate, while Algeria and Tunisia were all European colonies and even Morocco carried a heavy European presence. A woman was seen carrying bread in a basket on her head - one of the series of pictures in the hefty albumĀ 

The images depict views of North Africa villages, landscapes and portraits of local people in traditional costume

The images depict views of North Africa villages, landscapes and portraits of local people in traditional costume
These high end portraits of life in 19th century North Africa are a time travel tour through a forgotten era
The hefty album contains 149 images and is believed to have been commissioned by a wealthy German architect at the time
So, tell us what you think about these beautiful images of these beautiful people.

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