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Honey Salt Lake in Djibouti
Djibouti is one of the countries of Africa and its people speak Arabic. Of course, most of the inhabitants of Djibouti are French, which is located by the lake of the same name. This country is very small and has a multinational population, although the total population of this country in In 2016, there were 942,333 people, but 60% of them are Somalis and 35% Afar and only 5% of this population are French, Ethiopians, Italians and Arabs. Their official religion is Islam and about 94% of them are Muslims. Volcanic structures, dry shrubs and the Sea of Honey, located in the Danakal Desert, are one of the saltiest lakes in the world.
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Where is Lake Djibouti located in this country?
The Honey Lake, formed in a closed depression in the middle of Djibouti at the northern end of the Rift Valley, is located in the Danakil Desert, 155 meters below sea level, copper, which is the lowest part of Africa. Many lakes in the world are facing water shortages that recent evaporation has increased the salt concentration of the lake and has turned the lake into two parts, the dry and waterless part of the lake which is on the northwest side with a lot of salt in the form of It is dry and white and the other part is very salty. Djibouti is a small part of East Africa, bordered by Eritrea to the north, Ethiopia to the west and south, and Somalia to the south, bordering the Red Sea and It is also the Gulf of Aden.
Geography of Djibouti Salt Lake
The area of Honey Salt Lake in Djibouti is 19 km long and 6.5 km wide. The lake has an oval shape that has two parts, one is dry and has crystallized salts and the other is salt water. In the dry part, its salt level is 54 km and depth. It is more than 60 meters, which is a huge source of salt for them. The dimensions of the salt surface of the lake can be estimated at 10 by 70 km, and the saline part with an area of 54 km to the deepest point of 40 meters and an average of 7.4 Meters
By extracting salt from this huge source by nomadic tribes using camels and Jesus is done. With the salt lake located in Djibouti deserts, Djibouti will experience hot summers with temperatures up to 52 degrees Celsius, with hot winds and Dry in both north and south in October and April causes scattered rainfall in the region