North Africa Map

Explore the North African region with our interactive Map of North Africa, featuring countries such as Morocco, Algeria, and Egypt. Discover the diverse geography, rich history, and cultural heritage of this fascinating area.

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Description : North Africa Map shows the international boundaries of the North African nations and their locations in Africa. Disclaimer

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North African Countries
Countries and territoriesCapitalCurrency
AlgeriaAlgiersAlgerian dinar
EgyptCairoEgyptian pound
LibyaTripoliLibyan dinar
MoroccoRabatMoroccan dirham
SudanKhartoumSudanese pound
TunisiaTunisTunisian dinar
Western SaharaEl AaiunMoroccan dirham

North Africa is a geographic and political subdivision of Africa, consisting of eight nations: Western Sahara, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, and South Sudan. These eight nations are separated from the rest of Africa geographically by the Sahara Desert, and all other countries in Africa are collectively referred to as Sub-Saharan Africa.

Not only is North Africa separated physically from the rest of Africa, it is also politically and culturally set apart. The countries of North Africa are part of the Arab world, as members of the Arab League. Most countries in North Africa use Arabic as at least one of their official languages. The people of North Africa are mostly Arabs and Berbers, and most adhere to the Islamic religion.

North Africa is further divided into two smaller regions: Maghreb and the Sahara. The Maghreb region makes up northwestern Africa along the Atlas Mountains, including Western Sahara, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya. The countries in the Sahara region are Egypt, Sudan, and South Sudan.