Africa

Lome, Togo

The city of Lome in Togo used to claim to be the West Africa Paris and a visit to the city might somehow prove it. Even though quite a lot has changed and happened in Togo particularly Lome, the city still features broad boulevards, craft markets, the palm fringed beaches as well as an amazing night life.

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Luanda, Angola

Situated on Atlantic Coast in Angola, Luanda is the national capital which has emerged as one of the most successful cities in Africa. Despite having experienced decades of devastating conflicts, the city has undergone a massive construction boom in 21st Century.

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Caracas, Venezuela

Located close to Caribbean in the northern parts of Venezuela, Caracas is the largest and capital city of the country. However, Venezuela is a country that is extremely rich in amazing tourist resources.

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Ceuta, Spain

The Spanish exclave of Ceuta is found in North Africa. Despite being an autonomous city in the region, it has been administered by Spain since 15th century and it is in African continent. Existing largely unknown by most people, Ceuta at last came into spotlight of the world in 2005 alongside its sister exclave of Melilla as people tried to climb the bordering fence.

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Kigali, Rwanda

Kigali is the heart of Rwanda’s commercial and political life. Being the capital and largest city in Rwanda, Kigali seems to dominate the country and it is hard to visit Rwanda and fail to pass through Kigali.

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Khartoum, Sudan

Located at the mergence point of White and Blue Niles, Khartoum is the administrative, business and commerce center of Sudan. Khartoum city is well spread out and huge consisting of three cities; Khartoum, Omdurman and Bhari or Khartoum North lying on the arms of Nile.

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Maputo, Mozambique

Maputo serves as the administrative, economic and cultural center of Mozambique, a status it got in 1898. Previously, Maputo was known as Lourenco Marques but renamed in 1975 after the country’s independence. Maputo plays a critical role as an important harbor in the country.

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Lilongwe, Malawi

The country of Malawi in Africa has its capital as Lilongwe. This extremely green city has a total population of slightly less than 1 million people. In fact, due to the many trees and grassy land, visitors sometimes wonder whether Lilongwe really has a city centre or not.

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Kampala, Uganda

Located close to Lake Victoria shores, Kampala is the administrative, economic and cultural capital of Uganda. Generally, the locals are very friendly, kind and highly approachable and with about 2.5 million it is the largest, most populous and developed city in Uganda with other towns seriously lagging behind in terms of development.

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Libreville, Gabon

Libreville is the commercial centre of Gabon that serves as the capital and largest city in the country. Getting to this city in West Africa is facilitated by Gabon Airlines, Virgin Nigeria and Lufthansa.

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