Located in the Horn of Africa on the strait between the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, this tiny Islamic state lies in the Afar triangle, one of the hottest places on earth - and was originally home to nomadic desert tribes, later becoming French Somaliland until independence in 1977. For today's visitor the focus of its intriguing capital and port city - which grew up little more than 100 years ago - are lively markets where spices and a wealth of handicraft goods (from Soumoli camel belts to Ethiopian wood and amber carvings) are traded. For the adventurous there's also a chance to test your camel-milking skills at a nearby camel farm!
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