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The ruined city of Djado, with nomadic women gathered in the
foreground. October 1989.
The Djado Plateau lies in the Sahara, in north eastern Niger. It is known for its cave art (often of large
mammals long since absent from
the area), but is now largely uninhabited, with abandoned towns and
This site was added to the UNESCOWorld Heritage
Tentative List on May 26, 2006 in the Cultural category due to its
purported universal cultural significance.