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What I particularly liked about that story was that it started in Timbuktu —the jumping-off place was Timbuktu.Tim Cahill Is an Outside Legend. Thank Goodness He Didn’t Die.|jversteegh|December 28, 2021|Outside Online
When there are big orders, the guides do fairly well — at least compared with other workers in Timbuktu.
Some of the images on the cards Paoletta shot himself, others were gifted by professional photographers, and some are public-domain historical pictures of Timbuktu.
As Nialy explained how dire the guide industry in Timbuktu had become, the idea for their venture clicked for Paoletta.
Perhaps inevitably, the women of Timbuktu were singled out for special persecution.Women in Timbuktu Were Singled Out During al Qaeda Occupation|The Telegraph|February 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Lankester said that many of his Tuareg employees have left Timbuktu, Gao, and the surrounding cities.
Plus, Blake Gopnik on whether destroying Timbuktu's heritage is un-Islamic.
The other half are loaded with blocks of salt on the way, for salt is in great demand at Timbuktu.From Pole to Pole|Sven Anders Hedin
What lovely things one could say about England, in Timbuktu!Alone|Norman Douglas
But you boys told us all in Timbuktu that there was no El Hassan.
There was only one way that episode in Timbuktu could have taken place.
Timbuktu's day lasted but two or three hundred years at most.
British Dictionary definitions for Timbuktu
Cultural definitions for Timbuktu (1 of 2)
A remote town in western Africa. Figuratively, it is a faraway and unknown place.