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Interesting Facts about Central African Republic

Central African Republic Interesting Facts

Central African Republic (CAR), officially République Centrafricaine, is a country in Africa. Here are some interesting facts about Central African Republic:

  • The second-largest rainforest in the world is in Central African Republic.
  • In the Central African Republic the best places in the world for stargazing.
  • The Central African Republic became independent in 1960, and David Dacko served as its first leader.
  • Six nations border the Central African Republic, however none of them can be characterized as peaceful and developed.
  • Numerous natural resources, such as diamonds, gold, oil, and timber, as well as enormous areas of arable land and electricity, are found in the Central African Republic.
  • There are 597 species of butterflies in the Central African Republic.
  • One of the main sectors of the Central African Republic's economy is agriculture.
  • 90% of the population of the Central African Republic is believed to follow Christianity. About 8.9% of the population follow Islam.
  • The official languages of the Central African Republic are Sango and French.
  • The Central African Republic has extraordinarily rich biodiversity.
  • Two UNESCO world heritage sites are located in the Central African Republic.
  • It was not until the 19th century that European scholars first began to take an interest in the regions that make up the modern Central African Republic.
  • The French established Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, as a fortified fort at the end of the 19th century.
  • Central African CFA franc is the name of the local currency. They are in use in the Central African Republic as well as five other nations.
  • The Central African Republic's most prevalent jobs include farming, fishing, and herding.
  • Both vegetation and animals are in great abundance in the Central African Republic.
  • Records show that 54% of the alcoholic beverages consumed in the area in 2021 were beer.
  • The Central African Republic is believed to have undeveloped oil and uranium reserves.
  • Barthelemy Boganda was the designer of the national flag of Central African Republic.
  • In CAR, people dress casually. People are expected to dress modestly, depending on the area's prevailing culture or religion.
  • The Central African Republic (CAR) is a landlocked country located in Central Africa. It shares borders with Chad, Sudan, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo, and Cameroon.

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