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The Best Cities to Visit in Nigeria (Nigeria - Destinations)

Lagos Lagos
To see the lacustrian city of Lagos from the port of Lagos on the bridge that shows the Victoria Island is amazing. The show is impressive. Thousands of boats, a sort of mixture, a swarm difficult to describe. Like any other city, Lagos is a mixture of modern with an undescribable poverty. It is impossible to walk, cause as soon as you start walking you are surrounded by kids that ask money and If you do not give them , you can be beaten or stolen so better avoid this and take a...
Benin City Benin City
Benin is a city located on the Africa continent (Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Benin, between Nigeria and Togo. Benin was once one of the most powerful empires in Africa – the Dahomey kingdom.   One of the most significant landmarks of  Benin City is the National Museum in the Plaza of the king. Rustic powered by Coppermine Phot...
Abuja Abuja
Abuja is capital of Nigeria from December 12, 1991. It is located in the picturesque valley of the steppe in central Nigeria, 800 km north of the former capital. The decision to move the capital from Lagos to Abuja wasadopted in 1976. Choosing a place for the new capital, the authorities sought to create a city where would be no dominant ethnic, social or religious groups. After fifteen years of planning and renovation, the decision was put into practice. ...

The Poorest Countries in the World (Destinations)

Somalia Somalia
Somalia's GDP per capital is of 600 dollars. Inflation in the country exceeds 100% for several years now. The industry employs only 6% of the population and it is suitable for agricultural use. Only 12% of the country is cultivated and even less - 5%. The financial system collapsed. By the way, the currency was devalued several times. Most kids dream of becoming pirates: this is the only way to get a lot of money.   ...
Nigeria Nigeria
Developing countries of Sub-Saharan Africa include all countries located in the south of the Sahara, excluding South Africa, the total area of 47 developing countries. Sub-Saharan Africa covers  just over 17% of the earth's surface. The population in 1995 was over 540 million people, less than 10% of the world. The countries of Sub-Saharan Africa are mostly small in the territory and the population of the state. Only 15 countries of the population exceeds 10 million. Sub-Saharan Africa was accounted for...
Sierra Leone Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone is a very poor country. The gross domestic product was amounted to approx. $ 2.5 billion, less than $ 500 per capital. Below the poverty line there is more than 70% of the population. Approximately two thirds of the population lives exclusively on subsistence agriculture. Agriculture provides 49% of GDP, industry - 31% (and manufacturing - only 4%), services - 20%. Deposits of diamonds, chromite, bauxite, gold, iron, platinum, as well as some of the world's largest re...