The Central African Republic is a country in Central Africa with around 4½ million inhabitants. Neighboring countries are Cameroon, Chad, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Congo. The landscape in the north is dry and fairly bare. Tropical rainforest grows along the rivers in the southwest. Central and southern are vast savannas. Highland in the west. There is a tropical climate with a long rainy season. Capital Bangui has 630,000 inhabitants. Sights include the large triumphal arch, the presidential palace, the Artisenal center, the Perroni Gallery, the Boganda Avenue and the central market. Other cities are Bimbo, Berberati, Carnot, Bambari, Bouar, Bossangoa and Bria. The UNESCO World Heritage Site includes the Manovo-Gounda St. Floris National Park. Other places of interest are the Dzanga-Sangha Reserve, the traditional pygmy population and the rich flora and fauna, including forest elephants and lowland gorillas.

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