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Nigeria

Nigeria The most populated country in Africa is also one of the most interesting. Nigeria boast beauty and diversity in all aspects, culture, flora, and fauna. Nigeria has a lot of potential to become a magnet to tourists looking for exotic adventures. Nigeria enjoys a pristine ecosystem in the middle of the tropics, and is ready to be explored. Hostel in Europe Network

Area: 924.012 Km2
Population: 126.636.000 (2001 est.)
Density: 137 pop/Km2

System of government: Federal Presidential Republic
Capital: Abuja (154.000 pop., 541.000 urban aggl.)
Major cities: Lagos 1.287.000 pop. (4.000.000 urban aggl.), Ibadan 1.484.000 pop. (2.000.000 urban aggl.), Ogbomosho 615.000 pop., Kano 560.000 pop.
Ethnic majority: Hausa 21%, Yoruba 21%, Ibo 18%, Fulbe 11%, Ewe 6%, Kanuri and others 23%
Border countries: Benin WEST, Niger NORTH, Chad and Cameroon EAST

Principal mountains: Vogel Peak 2042 m
Principal rivers: Niger 1170 Km (nigerian tract, total 4184 Km), Benue 800 Km (nigerian tract, total 1400 Km)
Principal lakes: Lake Chad 3800 Km2 (nigerian part, total 16.300 Km2 average)
Principal islands: -
Climate: Equatorial - tropical

Language: English (official), Hausa, Ibo, Yoruba and others ethnic dialects
Religion: Muslim 50%, Christian 40%, Indigenous Beliefs and others 10%
Currency: Naira (NGN)

Fixed public holidays: 1/1, 1/5, 1/10, 25/12, 26/12
Dialling code: 00234
GMT: +1

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