Africa

Niamey, Niger

The fairly modern, lively city of Niamey is Niger’s capital. Located along the banks of River Niger, the city is home to over 800, 000 people. Niamey is the cultural, economic and administrative center of Niger. It has good travel facilities for both up market and budget travelers.

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Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi, the place of cool waters is the largest city in Kenya which is also the country’s capital. With a population of more than three million people and located on Nairobi River, Nairobi is one of the fastest growing and largest city not just in Kenya but in the larger Africa continent.

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Monravia, Liberia

Monravia is a city where there is nothing much to do, see or buy. You will find some few merchants along the streets selling household wares, DVDs and used clothes. The two supermarkets in the city are well stocked and large. The streets are lined with billboards requesting locals to pay taxes and boost the local economy.

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Mogadishu, Somalia

Mogadishu is the capital city of Somalia. The city has been a hot battle ground for a civil war that has ravaged Somalia since 1991 making the country the most dangerous place to be on earth.

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Lobamba, Swaziland

The city of Lobamba is the legislative and royal capital of the country of Swaziland. While Lobamba might not be the one of the world’s renowned travel destinations, there are two traditional ceremonies that nevertheless make the city very famous.

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Mbabane, Swaziland

Mbabane is the royal capital of Swaziland and second largest city in the country after Lobamba. The city’s population is slightly over 100,000 and the city sits on Mbabane River and surrounded by Mdzimba Mountains.

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Maseru, Lesotho

Maseru city serves as the national capital of Lesotho in Southern Africa. While there is nothing much to see in Maseru, you can still stop by before venturing into other further places in the country.

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Freetown, Sierra Leone

Freetown, a city that is recognized as the heart and economic hub of West Africa. The city enjoys a strategic location and sits at the foot of Peninsula Mountains and beautifully faces a great natural harbor on West Africa coast.

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Harare, Zimbabwe

Harare is the largest and most developed city in the South African country of Zimbabwe which also serves as the national administrative and commercial capital. About 2 million people reside in Harare with central Harare being the mostly populated part of the city.

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Djibouti City, Djibouti

With a population of about 400, 000 inhabitants, Djibouti city is the largest city in the relatively young country of Djibouti which as doubles up as the nation’s capital alongside other functions.

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