Available photos: Alexandria (Egypt), Budapest (Hungary), Caracas (Venezuela) Harare (Zimbabwe), Manama (Bahrain), Nairobi (Kenya), Skopje (Macedonia)
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During the summer and fall of 2000, we began to get a considerable number of applications from Egyptians. As of Fall 2000 Jefferson State has enrolled about a dozen of those applicants.
During the past year we also enrolled one student from Hungary.
Her home city of Budapest is a huge, sprawling metropolis lying along the banks of the Danube River.
Scroll down to see another view of Budapest. Top.
This picture makes it clear why Waltz-King Strauss called it "the Blue Danube. Top."
We usually have one or two students from Venezuela.
Our Macedonian student came to us while the "ethnic cleansing" of Slobodan Milosevic of Serbia was in full force.
The picture shows the Macedonian Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Clement.
Jefferson State averages about 100 Kenyan students each year.
Scroll down to see another view of Nairobi. (There are four other pictures of Nairobi available at The World According to Mister O.
Nairobi at night is an exciting place!
To see additional pictures of Nairobi, visit my site at TheWorld According to Mister O.
Recently a student from Harare told me that she had worked for Otis Elevator Company in Harare. Look at all the tall buildings and you will see why Otis has a full-time operation in Harare.
Scroll down to see another view of Harare.
Most of the Africans who come to Jefferson State come from places like Nairobi and Harare. Clearly, you are not likely to encounter any lions or giraffes in Harare.
Manama, Bahrain, is very pro-American place. The U.S. Navy has a permanent supply base there.
Actually, this picture looks a whole lot like a resort community in California or Florida.