Coloring pages Africa

Africa is a continent of extraordinary diversity and rich history. 

Rhino at the watering hole

coloring book rhino at the watering hole
A rhinoceros at a watering hole is a common sight, it's the perfect place for him, not only can he drink he can later jump into the water to...

African animals beyond the fence

coloring page African animals behind a fence
Often sick animals are taken to the zoo so that they can survive. People take proper care of them, give them food, shelter and allow them to function normally. See,...

Bongo animal near bamboos

coloring page bongo animal near bamboos
The bongo is a typical animal that lives in Africa. You can see him in the picture. He is just resting near a watering hole in the shade cast by bamboos. Paint the picture and add some...

African elephant in mosaic patterns

African elephant coloring book in mosaic printable patterns
Elephants in Africa are to people the same as a horse or a dog is to us. They live together with people and help them. Therefore, they often...

Map of African cities

Coloring book map of African countries printable for kids
There are 54 countries in Africa. Do you know how to name them all? If not, you can learn them while painting.

African woman with earrings

coloring page African woman with earrings
An African woman with earrings is an everyday sight. The earrings as well as the rest of the jewelry have many meanings, such as whether she is from a wealthy family or...


Coloring page interesting African masks printable template

Interesting masks

Masks in African culture are very important and each means something different. You can paint them in shades of brown or...
South africa flag coloring book printable

South African flag

In the south of Africa is the country of South Africa, or the Republic of South Africa. Their flag is as integral as any other, its...
coloring page strange masks of folk culture from africa

Strange masks of popular culture

In Africa, people believe in various Gods and in nature. Often, to honor a certain God they wear special masks. Color...
Printable wild forest waterfall coloring book

Wild forest waterfall

In Africa you can meet not only wonderful animals, but also beautiful sights. Among them is a waterfall, which is immortalized in...
Printable coloring book of two lions on safari

Two lions on safari

You can take a safari tour to see wonderful animals in the wild. This time the tour passes by three entertaining...
Printable coloring book of interesting safari animals

Interesting safari animals

Africa is home to many interesting animals that we can only meet on a trip or at the zoo. Paint a picture and...
Printable coloring book of African politician Nelson Mandela

African politician

There are many countries in Africa, and each of them has its own president or king. This politician is very nicely...
coloring page African woman with a bowl

African woman with a bowl

African women have a different lifestyle than we do in Europe or America. Which is not to say that this does not apply to...
Printable African head with dreadlocks coloring book

African head with dreadlocks

An African head with dreadlocks is a special ritual mask. Each part has some meaning. But your task will be to paint it....


  1. Location: Africa is the second largest continent in the world (after Asia) and covers about 30.2 million square kilometers. It is located between the Atlantic Ocean in the west and the Indian Ocean in the east.
  2. Population: Africa is home to more than a billion people, representing a huge ethnic, cultural and linguistic diversity.
  3. States: There are 54 recognized sovereign states on the African continent.
  4. Linguistic diversity: More than 2,000 different languages are spoken in Africa, making it one of the most linguistically diverse regions in the world.
  5. Geography: Africa offers geographic diversity - from the Sahara desert in the north, to the equatorial forests of the Congo Basin, to the mountainous terrain of the Great Lakes region and the Cape of Good Hope in the south.
  6. Nile and Congo Gorge: The Nile River is the longest river in the world, while the Congo has the second-longest basin area.
  7. Natural wealth: Africa is rich in mineral resources such as diamonds, gold, platinum, copper, oil and many others. Nevertheless, many African countries face the problem of the "resource curse," when natural wealth does not translate into socioeconomic development.
  8. Fauna: Africa is home to many distinctive wildlife species, such as lions, elephants, giraffes and rhinos. Many of them can be admired in national parks and nature reserves.
  9. History: Africa is considered the origin of humanity. Archaeological discoveries in Ethiopia's Omo Valley and Tanzania's Olduvai Gorge provide evidence of hominids from millions of years ago.
  10. Culture: The African continent has a rich musical, dance and artistic tradition that has influenced cultures around the world, especially in the fields of pop, jazz and rock music.
  11. Socio-economic problems: Despite their cultural and natural wealth, many African countries face problems such as poverty, conflict, disease and education issues.


  1. Cradle of humanity: Scientists believe that Africa is the origin of Homo sapiens. The remains of the oldest known representative of our species, about 200,000 years ago, have been discovered in Ethiopia.
  2. Longest river: The Nile River, considered the longest river in the world, flows through 11 countries before flowing into the Mediterranean Sea.
  3. The hottest place: The Danakil Valley in Ethiopia is one of the hottest and lowest places in the world. Temperatures often exceed 50°C.
  4. Languages: More than 2,000 languages are spoken in Africa, making it the most linguistically diverse continent in the world.
  5. Largest desert area: The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world, covering an area similar to that of the United States.
  6. Wild animals: Africa is the only place in the world where big cats such as lions, leopards and cheetahs live in the wild.
  7. Victoria Falls: Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe is considered the largest water cascade in the world in terms of total width and height.
  8. Madagascar Island: It is the fourth largest island in the world and is home to many species found nowhere else on Earth, such as lemurs.
  9. High mountains: Although Tanzania's Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, the continent also has other impressive mountain ranges, such as the Atlas, Drakensberg and Simien.
  10. Oldest university: The al-Karaouine University in Fez, Morocco, founded in 859, is recognized by Guinness World Records as the oldest continuously operating university in the world.
  11. UNESCO Sites: Africa is home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the ancient pyramids in Egypt, the historic churches in Lalibela, Ethiopia, and the city of Timbuktu in Mali.
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