Guinea

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Conakry

Conakry is the capital city of Guniea and also the largest city in the country having a population of 1,660,973 people. This one of the largest cities in Guinea is located in the Conakry Region and located on the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean as a port city in the western part of the country. It is established in 1887 when France took control of Tombo Island where the city was located. In 1904, the city became the capital of French Guinea and started developing as a major export port since then.

Nzérékoré

With a population of 238,928 people, the city of Nzérékoré is the second-largest city in Guinea. This city is located in the Nzérékoré region. Nzérékoré’s population has also increased rapidly in the last two decades, like Guéckédou having slightly more than doubled. This one of the popular cities in Guinea is noted as a commercial and an economic center in the southern region of Guinea. Nzérékoré is a market town with its own airport that is known for its silverwork. The rapid growth of the city did not start until after the end of World War Two when it became a center of trading and administration and had a sawmill and plywood plant built.

Guéckédou

With a population of 238,928 people, the city of Nzérékoré is the second-largest city in Guinea. This city is located in the Nzérékoré region. Nzérékoré’s population has also increased rapidly in the last two decades, like Guéckédou having slightly more than doubled. This one of the popular cities in Guinea is noted as a commercial and an economic center in the southern region of Guinea. Nzérékoré is a market town with its own airport that is known for its silverwork. The rapid growth of the city did not start until after the end of World War Two when it became a center of trading and administration and had a sawmill and plywood plant built. The city was disrupted due to the many refugees that spilled over the border and came into the city during the First Liberian Civil War (1989-1997) and the Second Liberian Civil War.

Labé

Labé known as one of the major cities in Guinea is situated almost smack bang in the heart of Guinea. Labé represents the second- most populated city in the entire country. Benefitting from a historic location on the crossroads of some of West Africa’s most important trading routes, this one’s market (known suitably as the Grand Marche) booms daily with sellers from afar afield as Senegal, Mali, and Morocco. You will love to find here some fine local museum that chronicles the fascinating cultural history of the Fouta Djallon region.

Faranah

Faranah, a birthplace of Guinea’s onetime leader and has transformed from tiny little agriculture city in the heart of the nation to a built-up provincial center in just the last century. One of the favored gateways to the popular Haut Niger National Park (which lies just a stone’s throw to the east), it’s also got a large mosque and oodles local marketplaces to explore. Faranah is considered in one of the beautiful cities of Guinea.

Kissidougou

Kissidougou is one of the rapidly-expanding and beautiful cities to visit in Guinea. Imbued with the cultural diversity of Liberians and Ivorians, all mingled and mixed with the traditions of the ethnic Kissi peoples native to the prefecture, its ramshackle markets and mud-caked streets ooze a certain charm. Kissidougou is known to be one of the famous cities in Guinea the hills that surround 100,000-strong that are really interested.

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