Africa

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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Dodoma, Tanzania

Dodoma city is centrally located in Tanzania which gives it a strategic advantage as most tourists get to make it to this city when in a trip to the city. Dodoma city as the political capital city of the country in 1973, a status it took in 1973. By the 19802, a new parliament building and other government buildings were erected in the city and plans were laid down to have the ministry offices and other key state functions shifted to Dodoma.

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Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, Tristan da Cunha

Edinburgh of the Seven Seas is an island in South Atlantic Ocean and the territory is administered by United Kingdom and precisely by St. Helena government. Tristan da Cunha enjoys world popularity as the most remote island inhabited by people in the world.

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Gaborone, Botswana

Located in Botswana, Gaborone is one of the most prosperous cities in Southern Africa and it is also the capital city of the country. Plans to have Gaborone serve as the national capital started way back during colonial era and was bestowed the status in 1966 after the country became independent.

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Dakar, Senegal

As the capital city of Senegal, Dakar is one of the most visited cities in Africa partly because of the hospitality and friendliness of its residents. Actually, locals in Dakar have a reputation of being extremely helpful to foreigners even though you should be careful about pick pocketing and scams which are common activities here as well.

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Conakry, Guinea

Conakry serves as the centre for administration and commerce in Guinea. The city’s major entry route is from Dakar. Actually, Conakry doesn’t have as many tourist resources as such that would warrant an enthusiastic tourist to visit the city when planning for a vacation in West Africa.

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