Central African Republic
The Central Africa Republic is a landlocked country located in
central Africa, covering an area of 623,000 square kilometers, and
populated by 3.8 million people, including more than 60 tribes.
Amongst these tribes are the Baja, Banda, and Bantu. Residents are
primarily Catholic or Protestant, and the official language is
French, with Sango also spoken. The currency is the CFA franc, and
the capital is Bangui.
The Central African flag contains the colors blue, white, and red,
demonstrating the country’s historical relationship with the French,
whose flag also contains these colors. The flag of Central Africa
also contains green and yellow, symbolizing respectively the forest
and the tropical grassland and desert. A five-pointed star in the
top left-hand corner is a guide for the African people.
9, a 16th century AD, had established Bangassou, Iraq and the
slaughter Miao wax method the three tribes of the Kingdom. The
country became a French colony in 1891. 191 O it was designated as
part of the French Equatorial Africa Territory, according to the
Ubangi-Shari. On December 1, 1958, Central Africa was established as
an autonomous republic, and two years later, on August 13, 1960, the
Central African Republic declared its independence.
Economy and Cultural Customs
The economy is dominated by agriculture and industry, with more than
80% of industrial imports. It is rich in valuable timber, and
diamonds, coffee, cotton, and wood are the four major economic
Central Africa’s staple foods are cassava, corn, millet, plantains,
and palm oil. The African jungle provides hunting opportunities, and
Central Africans generally eat out of a communal central pot.
Regarded as a taboo food in non-human animal totem. Men and women
must not eat together. As such, children and their mothers eat
together, away from adult men. Visiting relatives and guests must
also be separated from the opposite sex. The family members of men
and women can share in the same room in two meals, but a different
surname must be divided in two rooms of men and women.
The hot climate and abundant rainfall provides the right conditions
for rainforests and savannahs. Tourist hot-spots tend to focus on
areas of profuse wildlife, with popular attractions being National
Parks. In addition, the luxury palace of emperor Bosak Kelong Ge,
mysterious stone villas, and other cultural sites are also of
interest. Among them, the Macon National Park contains black rhino,
antelope, dogs, large pangolins, the Nile crocodile, and the