Africa

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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Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

Located on Bioko Island, Malabo is the capital city of Equatorial Guinea and also the largest and relatively developed city as well. Malabo city has a rich history and was founded first in 1827 by British who had leased the area from Spain in their efforts to colonize the city.

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Kinshasa, DR Congo

With a population of over 10 million people, the capital of DRC, Kinshasa is the most populous city in Africa. Once a modernized city, Kinshasa has suffered a great deal from the armed conflicts that has imposed on the city by various neighboring countries even the infrastructure is slowly being restored.

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Jamestown, Saint Helena

Jamestown is believed to the first site to be settled permanently by English in America, dating back in 1600. History museums and gallery exhibits in Jamestown tell the story of the early founds Saint Helena and the various Virginia Indians whom they encountered during the period.

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Juba, South Sudan

Juba is the capital city of the youngest African country, South Sudan. Located along River White Nile, Juba is one of the fastest growing cities in Africa and majorly gets its wealth from the rich oil reserves in the city.

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Bujumbura, Burundi

The East African city of Bujumbura serves as the capital city of Burundi. Being the largest city in the country, it is also the most visited by local and foreign tourists thanks to its vast tourism resources. One of the must see attractions for any tourist is the Musee Vivant which is a museum of natural history and still zoo at the same time.

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