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North Africa rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of North Africa. Common rental types found in North Africa are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if North Africa where housing rentals are found are Tunisia, Western Sahara, All Cities, Morocco, Libya, Algeria, Egypt. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of North Africa.

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States of North Africa

East Africa, or Eastern Africa variably defined by geography or geopolitics, as the easterly region of the African continent, in geographic regions of UN scheme Eastern Africa constituted 19 territories. The members of the East African Community (EAC) are Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi. In Central Africa Burundi and Rwanda are sometimes considered as a part of it. Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia (which includes Somaliland) known as the Horn of Africa collectively. In the Southern Africa Mozambique and Madagascar are often considered as a part of it. To Southeast Asia and the islands of the Indian Ocean, Madagascar has close cultural ties. In Southern Africa Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe are often included, and formerly of the Central African Federation. In the Indian Ocean small island nations are Comoros, Mauritius, and Seychelles. French overseas territories-Reunion and Mayotte are also in the Indian Ocean. Comprising the countries of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda specifically refer to East Africa, now it is often used to that area. In the northeastern portion of the continent Egypt and Sudan are also included. But in the Northern of Africa they are usually included. A long series of migrations such as Bantu-speaking peoples began millennia, between 2500-3000 years ago. Agriculture was introduced into those parts of East Africa by this Bantu expansion. Over all suitable regions of East Africa the Bantu slowly intensified farming and grazing following fifteen centuries. Swahili is the most useful language in East Africa; to some extent English and French are widely spoken. Islam was also spread to the coastal belt later. Bantus mostly never had contact with Islam and remained animists. Because of the region's generally high altitude combination, the climate is rather atypical of equatorial regions of East Africa. Shaped by global plate tectonic forces the geography of East Africa is often stunning and scenic that has created the Great Rift Valley. The two tallest peaks in Africa are Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya. Lake Victoria, includes the world's second largest freshwater lake, and Lake Tanganyika includes the world's second deepest lake.

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Algeria Information

The country of Algeria is also known as the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria or the Democratic and Popular Republic of Algeria. It is a nation in Maghreb which is situated in the region of North Africa. Area wise Algeria is biggest nation on the African continent and also the tenth biggest in the world. The country of Algeria developed as biggest African nation once the secession of South Sudan from Sudan. This was done on 9 July 2011. Tunisia to the northeast, Libya to the east, Morocco to the west, Western Sahara, Mauritania, and Mali to the southwest, Niger to the southeast and Mediterranean Sea to the north are the nations which has boundaries with Algeria. The total area of Algeria is 2,400,000 square kilometers or 926,645 sq mi. Algiers is the capital city of nation. The country of Algeria is associated with the Arab League, United Nations, African Union, and OPEC. It is also initiated the Arab Maghreb Union. The nation got its freedom in the year 1962.

Egypt Information

Formally Egypt nation is known as the Arab Republic of Egypt. The nation is situated in North Africa. It has the Sinai isthmus which structures as a land bridge in Southwest Asia. It is a transcontinental nation. The total area of Egypt is 1,010,000 square kilometers or 390,000 sq mi. The nations which share boundaries with Egypt are to the north it has the Mediterranean Sea, to the northeast it has the Gaza Strip and Israel, to the east it has the Red Sea, to the south it has Sudan and to the west it has Libya. It is the main densely inhabited nation in the region. The earliest culture included the Giza pyramid complex and the Great Sphinx. The olden remains of the nation of Egypt like Memphis, Thebes, and Karnak and the Valley of the Kings exterior to the Luxor are considerable centers of archaeological learning. The economy majorly depends on the tourism, farming, industry and service sectors. The economy of Egypt is much varied when compared to other African countries.

Libya Information

A nation located in Maghreb region of North Africa is Libya. The country of Libya has boundaries with on the north it has Mediterranean Sea, on the east it has Egypt, on the south east it has Sudan, on the south it has Chad and Niger, and on the west it has Algeria and Tunisia. The regime influenced from Tripoli of Muammar Gaddafi submits to the Libyan state as the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya. It directs almost the half of the western region. Libyan Republic is the name given by the Benghazi's National Transitional Council. The eastern half of the nation is supervised by Mustafa Abdul Jalil. The total area of Libya country is 1,800,000 square kilometers or 700,000 sq mi. Area wise it stands in fourth position in Africa and 17th position in the world. Tripolitania, Fezzan, and Cyrenaica are the conventional portions of the nation. The nation of Libya is known for its oil reserves. For oil production Libya has 10th place in the world. For the petroleum products Libya stands in 17th top position.

Morocco Information

A nation situated in the North Africa is Morocco and is also known as the Kingdom of Morocco. The total area of the country of Morocco is 710,850 km². This region comes under the area of Maghreb. Morocco country's culture and linguistic ties is influenced by the culture of Maghreb, Tunisia, Algeria, Mauritania, and Libya. The nation has constitutional realm with a chosen parliament. The king has the complete authority. The regime and mainly the king exercise the Executive power. The regime and the two chambers of parliament, the Assembly of Representatives and the Assembly of Councillors vest the Legislative power. Dahirs can be given by the king. The biggest city of Morocco is Casablanca whereas the political capital is Rabat. Berber and Darija are the major spoken languages of Morocco.

Tunisia Information

The country of Tunisia is also known as the Tunisian Republic. It is the northern nation in Africa. The countries which have boundaries with Tunisia are Algeria is located on the west, Libya is located on the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea is located on the north and east. The area of the nation is about 165,000 square kilometers or 64,000 sq mi. The country got its name from the capital city Tunis which is sited in north east. It is the tiniest region down the Atlas mountain range. Sahara desert is in the South. The coastline of the nation is around 1,300 or kilometers or 810 mi. Vandals, Byzantines and Arabs powered the nation for many centuries. The nation was called as "Regency of Tunis" in the period of Ottoman Empire. In the 1881 Tunisia was in French control. The nation got its freedom in the year 1956 and it named the nation as the "Kingdom of Tunisia". The nation of Tunisia is linked with the European Union, the Arab League and the African Union. The nation's links with France are special due to its economic assistance, industrial upgrading, and privatization plans. Tunisia's regime acts as a mediator amid Israel and Palestine in Middle Eastern diplomacy.

Western Sahara Information

he uncertain region of North Africa is the Western Sahara. It has boundaries with the countries on the north there is Morocco, on the northeast there is Algeria, on the east and south there is Mauritania, and on the west there is the Atlantic Ocean. The Western Sahara covers an area of 266,000 square kilometers or 103,000 sq mi. The nation is not thickly inhabited. The larger part of the people can be found in El Aaiun which is the biggest city of Western Sahara. It is a Spanish colony and also on the records of the United Nations of non-self-governing country from1963. The initial motion on Western Sahara by the UN General Assembly was a request to Spain to decolonize the region. The Spain surrendered the executive power of the country to a mutual supervision by Morocco. From the year 1957, this officially alleged the region and Mauritania. The nations initiated a war among themselves and it resulted in the Sahrawi national liberation movement Polisario Front. The Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) was declared. Later in 1979 Mauritania extracted itself and thus Morocco ultimately got valuable power of the entire nation, incorporated with the foremost cities and natural resources.