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The converging lines of a swimming pool found in the Gambia create a powerful pattern

The converging lines of a swimming pool found in the Gambia create a powerful pattern that the eye finds hard to resist.
John Hedgecoe/TopFoto

© John Hedgecoe / TopFoto

Converging Parallels, Holiday Photographs, Leisure, Pattern, Perspective, Places, Pool, Recreation, Roof, Sport, Stripes, Swimming Pool, Topography, Tourism, Vacation, Water

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Sea chart coast Gambia part Senegal Guinea Sierra Leone Pas caarte

Sea chart of the coast of The Gambia and part of the coast of Senegal, Guinea and Sierra Leone Pas caarte of Rio Gambia from C. Verde to Rio de Serraliones (title on object), Guinea and Sierra Leone, with two compass roses, the North is on the left. At the top center the title and the publisher's address, next to which a dark man with a feather-tip is about to hack into two snakes with his ax. A monkey runs away from the snakes. Two buffalo in the background. Bottom right a few mermaids and a sea snake at the scale, shown in German, Spanish and English or French miles (scale: c. 1: 1 500 000), sailing ship, sailing boat, snakes, monsters of the sea, monkeys, apes, Cape Verde islands, Senegal, Gambia, Sierra Leone, Jan Luyken, Amsterdam, 1683 - 1799, paper, engraving, h 512 mm ? w 582 mm

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SENEGAMBIAN PEOPLE. As a political unit, Senegambia was created by dueling French

SENEGAMBIAN PEOPLE. As a political unit, Senegambia was created by dueling French and English colonial forces in the region. Competition between the French and the English began in the 16th century when both started to establish trading centers. Although there was some overlap in their areas of influence, French trade centered on the Senegal River and in the Cap-Vert region and English trade on the Gambia River

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