Cameroon

Cameroon is a Central African nation on the Gulf of Guinea, bordered by Nigeria, Chad, the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon. It is nearly twice the size of Oregon. Mount Cameroon (13,350 ft; 4,069 m), near the coast, is the highest elevation in the country. The main rivers are the Benue, Nyong, and Sanaga.


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  • Yaoundé (UK: ; US: , French pronunciation: ​[jaunde]) is the capital of Cameroon and, with a population of more than 28 million, the second-largest city in the country after the port city Douala

  • Tibati is a town and commune in Djérem, Cameroon The town and region are reigned by a local monarch, the Lamido The most notable economic activity in the region is the fishery industry

  • Kribi is a beach resort and sea port in Cameroon

  • Buea is the capital of the Southwest Region of Cameroon The city is located on the eastern slopes of Mount Cameroon and has a population of 300,000 (at the 2013 Census) It has two Government Hotels, the Mountain Hotel and Palamenterian Flats Hotel located around The Government Residential Area

  • Bamenda, also known as Abakwa and Mankon Town, is a city in northwestern Cameroon and capital of the Northwest Region The city has a population of about 2 million people and is located 366 kilometres (227 mi) north-west of the Cameroonian capital, Yaoundé Bamenda is known for its cool climate and scenic hilly location

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