Sierra Leone is a country in west Africa with 6.2 million inhabitants. Neighboring countries are Guinea and Liberia. The republic has a coastline along the Atlantic Ocean in the west. Savannah and grassland in the north cover approximately one third of the country. The landscape also consists mainly of forest and rainforest. There are large plateaus to the east, interspersed with high mountains. Along the coast there are lowland plains with mangrove forests, rivers, lagoons and the Banana islands, the Turtle islands and Sherbro. There is a hilly area on the Freetown Peninsula. There is a tropical monsoon climate. The capital Freetown has 1 million inhabitants. Sights include the Cotton Tree, the King’s Gate, the National Railway Museum, the Thornton Fort, the Market Square, Lumley Beach, the St George's Cathedral and the Foulah Town Mosque. Other important cities are Bo, Bonthe, Freetown, Kabala, Kailahun, Kambia, Kenema, Koidu Town, Magburaka, Makeni, Moyamba, Port Loko, Pujehun and Sulima. Other places of interest are the national parks, the old Creole villages, the Outamba-Kilimi, the slave fort on the island of Bunce, the Loma Mountains forest reserve, the unique bird population, the Charlotte Falls waterfalls and the beautiful beaches.

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