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Outline of Guinea-Bissau

The location of Guinea-Bissau
An enlargeable map of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Guinea-Bissau:

Guinea-Bissaucountry located in West Africa.[1] Guinea-Bissau is the 8th least extensive country in continental Africa. It is bordered by Senegal to the north, and Guinea to the south and east, with the Atlantic Ocean to its west. Formerly the Portuguese colony of Portuguese Guinea, upon independence, the name of its capital, Bissau, was added to the country's name in order to prevent confusion between itself and the Republic of Guinea.

General reference

An enlargeable relief map of Guinea-Bissau

Geography of Guinea-Bissau

An enlargeable topographic map of Guinea-Bissau

Location

 Guinea 386 km
 Senegal 338 km

Environment of Guinea-Bissau

An enlargeable satellite image of Guinea-Bissau

Natural geographic features of Guinea-Bissau

Regions of Guinea-Bissau

Ecoregions of Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Ecoregions in Guinea-Bissau

Administrative divisions of Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Administrative divisions of Guinea-Bissau
Regions of Guinea-Bissau
Sectors of Guinea-Bissau

Municipalities of Guinea-Bissau

Demography of Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Demographics of Guinea-Bissau

Government and politics of Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Government of Guinea-Bissau and Politics of Guinea-Bissau

Branches of the government of Guinea-Bissau

Executive branch of the government of Guinea-Bissau

Legislative branch of the government of Guinea-Bissau

Judicial branch of the government of Guinea-Bissau

Foreign relations of Guinea-Bissau

International organization membership

The Republic of Guinea-Bissau is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Law of Guinea-Bissau

Military of Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Military of Guinea-Bissau

Local government in Guinea-Bissau

History of Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Current events of Guinea-Bissau

Culture of Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Culture of Guinea-Bissau

Art in Guinea-Bissau

Sports in Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Sports in Guinea-Bissau

Economy and infrastructure of Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Economy of Guinea-Bissau

Education in Guinea-Bissau

Main article: Education in Guinea-Bissau

See also

References

  1. ^ a b
  2. ^ The only glaciers in Africa are on Mt Kenya (in Kenya), on Kilimanjaro (in Tanzania), and in the Ruwenzori Mountains (which are located in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo). See Proceedings of the Riederalp Workshop, September 1978; Actes de l'Atelier de Riederalp, septembre 1978): IAHS-AISH Publ. no. 126, 1980.

External links

  • Official government website
  • AllAfrica news headline links
  • BBC News Country Profile
  • CIA World Factbook
  • Africa South of the Sahara - Stanford University
  • The Index on Africa
  • Map of Guinea-Bissau
  • United States consular information sheet/travel advisory for Guinea-Bissau
  • Drugbarons turn Bissau into Africa's first narco-state
  • Outline of Guinea-Bissau travel guide from Wikivoyage
  • Mobile operators in Guinea-Bissau
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