Somaliland Awdal Region countryside/landscape/towns/villages

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*Rural homes on the outskirts and near the valleys of Borama, Awdal.
















*Homes near the Kayd mountain, Borama Awdal.









*Aloog Mountains, Awdal (North of Borama)




*Qorgab Valley (3km southeast of Borama), Awdal.







*Beerta Ayaan Daran (The unfortunate farm). The only farm in the world sitting on two different countries. The box tree marks the border between the Borama district, Awdal and Awbare district, Ethiopia.



 
*Homes in Borama and the Aloog mountains as the backdrop:



*Daaqada Borama:


*Saw Mountain




*Hilly countryside north of Borama towards Fardo lagu xidh



* Fadhixun village, Awdal (25km north of Borama)



Ancient grave marking:


(Dr Beyle's visit to Fadhixun to build a school).


*Fardo lagu xidh and the home of the famous Eilo Mountains, Awdal. It's the hometown of the photographer.



Mount Eilo:
 
*Looking west towards Quljeed, Awdal


*Outskirts of Borama


*Road between Borama and Quljeed


Quljeed (farming town) 30km northwest of Borama:
 
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Courtesy of Hana Omar. © All rights reserved.



*Rural homes on the outskirts and near the valleys of Borama, Awdal.
















*Homes near the Kayd mountain, Borama Awdal.


*Aloog Mountains, Awdal (North of Borama)

*Qorgab Valley (3km southeast of Borama), Awdal.







*Beerta Ayaan Daran (The unfortunate farm). The only farm in the world sitting on two different countries. The box tree marks the border between the Borama district, Awdal and Awbare district, Ethiopia.



Went to Borama in 2019 and was supposed to stay for 2 weeks only, ended up staying for some months. Wallahi it’s the best city I’ve been to.

The food:ahh:Roads and Mountains:banderas:

Got fat by staying there wallahi
 
*Peaceful Dhoobo Mountains Awdal, 90km North of Borama towards to coast. It is the birthplace of the first Gadabursi Ugaas in 1575, Ugaas Cali Makaahiil-Dheere AUN.




*Fardolaguxidh mountains video

Ahmed Ismail Samatar's visit to his ancestral homeland, Fardolaguxidh
 
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