We just got followed on Twitter by LTP-LiberiaTourism @LLiberiatourism so we thought perhaps we should put Liberia on the map. World Street Art and Entertainment Map and Guide. Look for more as Liberia continues to improve and prosper. Liberia’s bold tourism experiment: Lessons and opportunities Click here to view original web page at Liberia’s bold tourism experiment: Lessons […]
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Click here to view original web page at Liberia’s bold tourism experiment: Lessons and opportunities Liberia is on an impressive march towards developing its tourism sector. How can the country’s ongoing efforts provide an example for peer countries in Africa to follow? When thinking about Liberia, “idyllic” is not an attribute that typically comes to […]
Click here to view original web page at West Africa’s premiere sustainable surf retreat Kwepunha Retreat is a sustainable beachside retreat that caters to those with a sense of adventure and a desire to give back to local communities. We invite international tourists, traveling surfers, volunteers, expats, Liberian Nationals, and all like-minded individuals who […]
This article documents one of the last cases of Ebola in Liberia. Click here to view original web page at New Ebola case confirmed in Liberia A new case of Ebola has been identified in Liberia, a country declared free of the deadly disease in September, health officials have said. The patient, a 10-year-old boy […]
Click here to view original web page at Women are heroes: Les femmes puissantes de JR Au Liberia, JR a immortalisé le sourire de femmes meurtries par la guerre. Il a ensuite exposé ses photos sur place. jr/agence vu Le photographe présente à Paris son exposition Women are heroes. Aux yeux de tous et dans […]
Click here to view original web page at This Imgur user has told the story of Liberia’s civil war through street signs and posters Imgur user 5FrogMargin has documented Liberia’s second civil war, using nothing but his camera and the street signs and posters still standing in the conflict’s aftermath. 5FrogMargin began taking photos of […]
Click here to view original web page at Sunday afternoon sports, Cestos City, Liberia Less than three hours north and west along the Atlantic coast from Monrovia, the village of Robertsport bakes beneath a tropical sun. Sitting below the 1000 foot granite promontory of Cape Mount, the town of approximately 4000 was named after […]
Click here to view original web page at Ebola Graffiti – Liberia Poignant Ebola graffiti on the roof of the abandoned Hotel Ducor in Monrovia.
Click here to view original web page at The Doodles Of War The child soldiers of Liberia have taken street art to another level. Tim Hetherington took these terrifying photos during the blood-drenched civil war over there a few years back. The child soldiers of Liberia have taken street art to another level. Tim Hetherington, […]
Click here to view original web page at A Baltimore artist turns a Liberian school into a mural masterpiece Once the scene of tragedy, a school in the West Point slums of Liberia is now a work of art — and it’s due to the efforts of a Baltimore street artist. Freshly painted murals featuring […]
Click here to view original web page at Meet the Surfing Graffiti Artists Who Are Giving War-Torn Liberia a Facelift By the side of a dirt road in the Liberian countryside, a young man in a tank top descends the ladder of a rusted water tower, some 80 feet in the air. In board shorts […]
Click here to view original web page at Street Graffiti, Contemporary Art Pour Life into Cairo’s City of the Dead Graffiti at Cairo’s City of the Dead – Courtesy: Muhamad Nour/ Forma Photos It’s a pale city, full of workshops with old men working in silence, and underprivileged children playing football with their bare feet. […]
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Click here to view original web page at Why did this would-be royal choose life on the streets? Descended from two proud Maasai tribes, Felix travelled through Africa before settling in Cape Town. He makes his living and spreads joy through music. Felix traversed the African continent before settling in Cape Town. Today he gets […]
Click here to view original web page at Escaping Boko Haram, In Search Of Food When Damdam’s youngest two daughters died of starvation as they fled Boko Haram, she and her 5-year-old daughter were too tired to bury them. Then Damdam’s baby was born, and she was already malnourished. Across the Lake Chad basin region, […]
Click here to view original web page at Lufthansa writes its love for Cape Town on the wall Lufthansa has partnered with Cape Town graffiti artists Lyle Dolman and Mathew Schafer from Arts Alternative to create a series of temporary art installations to celebrate the airline’s love for the Mother City. In anticipation of Lufthansa’s […]