What do all maghreb countries in north Africa have in common?
the Islamic religion.
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The Region of Africa north of the Sahara and west of the Nile that includes the the Atlas Mountains, and the coastal plains of Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria and Libya, these countries situated entirely in the northwestern part of the African Continent are collectively known as Al-Maghreb in Arabian being their main language, and the Maghreb in English, and Le Maghreb in French being secondary languages used most in this region. In 1989 after the formation…
South Africa is a country, not a continent. It is in the continent of Africa. North Africa is just a geographical reference to the northern part of the continent of Africa. There are lots of countries in the north of Africa. To answer the question, the north of Africa is further north than South Africa.
It varies. Therefore, there is no absolute location of North Africa. Some regard North Aftrica as incuding all of the square mileage of Africa north of the sub-Saharan African countries. Others regard North Africa as including only the countries of Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. And still other definitions of "North Africa" exist, as well.
it all depends on how you define north Africa for there are actually several possible definitions of it but if you agree that north Africa consists only of the countries on the north coast of Africa which are morocco Algeria Tunisia libya & Egypt then besides these 5 themselves each of which borders at least one of the others there are a total of 9 additional countries that border them not counting western Sahara or…
Sub Regions are determinded by 3 different determination groups: By UN: Northern Africa Western Africa Middle Africa Eastern Africa Southern Africa By geography: North Africa Maghreb Sahel Sub-Saharan Africa West Africa East Africa Horn of Africa Central Africa Congo Southern Africa Sudan (region) By geology: Kaapvaal craton Zimbabwe craton