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Flag : Gambia
 

 
Fact file : Gambia
 
Area11,295 sq km
CapitalBanjul
Population1,546,848
LanguageEnglish
Currencydalasi (19.92 dalasi equal U.S.$1; 2002 average)

 

Gambia

Peanuts and peanut products are the main exports of The Gambia, which, like the peanut, is more long than broad — only about 32 kilometers at its widest
point, and
450 kilometres in length. Officially called the Republic of The Gambia, or The Gambia, it is mainland Africa’s smallest country. Its neighbour, Senegal, hugs it on three sides, and on the fourth, it opens out to the Atlantic Ocean.
English is widely spoken, a legacy of British rule from which the tiny nation broke free in 1965. The main African languages are Wolof and Mandinka.
Banjul, a busy port with a population of about 50,000, is the capital and the country’s largest town.

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