Abibrem

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Wɔakyerɛw nsɛm yi wɔ Akuapem kasa mu

Abibrem anaa Abibiman (Afrika)  Asaasepɔn kese a ɛtɔ so abien woyi Ahyia firi hɔ a. Ɛba no εmu nnipa nso a εno nso na εtɔ so abien sε wo yi Ehyia firi hɔ a.

Statue representing Africa at Palazzo Ferreria, in Valletta, Malta

Abakɔsεm[sesa]


Anibue[sesa]

Ahoni keseε a εwɔ Misrim firi afe1400 BC.

Afe 8 kɔpem afe 1800[sesa]

Bibini a ɔte pɔnkɔ so
Asantefoɔ bayerε Afahyε
1803 

Nkoasom[sesa]

Nkoasom nfoni


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Areas of Africa under the sovereignty or influence of the colonial powers in 1913, along with modern borders. Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend Template:Legend

Post-colonial Africa[sesa]

Mobutu Sese Seko, 
Afrika Anaafo Asrafoɔ

Wiemu Nsakraeε[sesa]

Afrika

Mmoadɔm[sesa]

Savanna at Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
Tropical beach in Trou-aux-Biches, Mauritius

Amanwɔsεm[sesa]

Abibiman Nakbomu Kuo[sesa]

Kuro a εwɔ Abibiman Nkabom Kuo mu

Kasa Ahodoɔ[sesa]

Amamerε[sesa]

Agodie[sesa]

εsom[sesa]

The Holy Trinity Cathedral, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
The Great Mosque of Kairouan, founded in 670, is the oldest mosque in North Africa;[2] it is located in Kairouan, Tunisia
Vodun altar in Abomey, Benin
National Church of Nigeria, Abuja, Nigeria
A map showing religious distribution in Africa


Ahyeε[sesa]

Nhwehwεmu[sesa]

  1. Simon, Julian L. (1995) State of Humanity, Blackwell Publishing. p. 175. Template:ISBN
  2. Kng, Hans (2006). Hans Kung, Tracing the Way : Spiritual Dimensions of the World Religions. Continuum International Publishing Group. p. 248. ISBN 978-0-8264-9423-8. Retrieved 4 October 2014.