Djenné, small town in central Mali, used to be an important caravan stop of trans-Sahara trading. Djenné is not only famous for its history, but also for its unique clay houses, which are still in perfect condition. The most important building is the Great Mosque, the largest building in the world from mud bricks.
West African Mali is flat semi desert country. The only exception you can find around Hombori village. However the area of sandstone formations of Hombri Mountains is lot large, it’s quite famous. The highest point in Mali Hombori Tondo rises to 1155m (3,789 ft) above sea level.