Is Djibouti a country?

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Yes. Its the name of the only principal city within, and the name of the country.
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What is the zip code of Djibouti Africa?

Answer . Zip codes are only used in the United States, although other countries do have various postal code schemes. A postal code, however, would be used to give further detail of an address within a country, whereas Djibouti is the country. (It's rather like asking what the zipcode for the United States is, when the proper question would be "What is the zip code for Keene, New Hampshire, in the United States?").. Answer . Zip codes are only used in the United States, although other countries do have various postal code schemes. A postal code, however, would be used to give further detail of an address within a country, whereas Djibouti is the country. (It's rather like asking what the zipcode for the United States is, when the proper question would be "What is the zip code for Keene, New Hampshire, in the United States?").

What are facts about Djibouti?

Djibouti is a very small country in Africa. Its neighbors areEthiopia, Somalia, and Eritrea. It has Lake Assal which is thesaltiest lake in the world.

What are some famous landmarks in Djibouti?

The Palace of Kimbyacoodi with belong ed to the Prince Kahrn and Princess Alvia. Also the famous christian chruch called djibouti himuarn named after the man who built it Muhmmed himuarn. . The Palace of Kimbyacoodi with belong ed to the Prince Kahrn and Princess Alvia. Also the famous christian chruch called djibouti himuarn named after the man who built it Muhmmed himuarn.

What languages are spoken in Djibouti?

Arabic and French are the official languages, Afar and Somali are also widely spoken. French and Arabic are the official languages. Somaili and Afar arealso spoken. French and Arabic are the official languages, but Somali and Afar are the most widely spoken. French, Arabic, Somali, and Afar

What kind of land would you most likely find in the African country called Djibouti?

Mainly plateaus, plains, and highlands. Arid desert plateaus known as the "Ethiopian xeric grasslands and shrublands ecoregion" make up the bulk of the landform of Djibouti, but the "Eritrean coastal desert", along the Red Sea coastline, is the exception to the rule. There are also eight mountain ranges with peaks upwards of 3,200 feet (1,000 m) above sea level.

What is Djibouti known for?

There aren't any obvious points of interest in Djibouti city except for the Central Market (Marche Central) which buzzes with activity in the mornings. By the afternoon, Djibouti city gets very quiet and it's not just the heat that folks are avoiding, but the national pastime - chewing Qat, begins in earnest. Qat (or Khat) is a mild narcotic. The leaves of the Qat plant are chewed, it has to fresh for the narcotic effect to work best. The daily Qat delivery from Ethiopia to Djibouti city arrives at around 1pm in the local markets.. Djibouti's location on the Red Sea means there are some excellent diving and swimming opportunities particularly around the islands of Maskali and Moucha in the Gulf of Tadjoura. It takes 30-40 minutes to get to the islands by boat.

What country is Djibouti in?

It is located in the country of Djibouti. Djibouti (the city) is the largest city within the country. The country itself divides the Gulf of Aden from the Gulf of Tadjoura.

Who is the President of Djibouti?

Ismail Omar Guelleh is the President of Djibouti. He became the 2nd President of Djibouti in 1999 May 8. Guelleh was re-elected on 2005 April 8 in a single candidate election for another 6-year term, which he said would be his last. He was expected to leave office on 2011 May 7. However in 2010, he convinced politicians to amend the constitution to allow for a third term. He was again re-elected on 2011 April 8, again claiming that this term will be his last.

What is Djibouti famous for?

There aren't any obvious points of interest in Djibouti city except for the Central Market (Marche Central) which buzzes with activity in the mornings. By the afternoon, Djibouti city gets very quiet and it's not just the heat that folks are avoiding, but the national pastime - chewing Qat, begins in earnest. Qat (or Khat) is a mild narcotic. The leaves of the Qat plant are chewed, it has to fresh for the narcotic effect to work best. The daily Qat delivery from Ethiopia to Djibouti city arrives at around 1pm in the local markets. Djibouti's location on the Red Sea means there are some excellent diving and swimming opportunities particularly around the islands of Maskali and Moucha in the Gulf of Tadjoura. It takes 30-40 minutes to get to the islands by boat.

What is Djibouti landmark?

Located near the world's busiest shipping lanes, many freightersmay be observed, passing by. Arabian oil fields may be of interest,as well as the rail traffic to and from Ethiopia. Lake Assal is thesaltiest lake in the world, and the lowest point in Africa. TheGulf of Aden remains subject to maritime piracy, and slave-tradersabound. With a 59% unemployment rate and 42% of the populationliving below the poverty line, there's plenty to be wary of. All ofthis information -and more- is available from the World Factbook onthe CIA's website (link provided).

Where is Djibouti?

Djibouti is in Eastern Africa, bordering the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea, between Eritrea and Somalia.

How many people live in Djibouti?

The population of the country of Djibouti is 516,055. The population of the capital city of Djibouti is estimated at 400,000 people.

What do they eat in djibouti?

They eat different kinds of fruit, vegetables,meat, poultry and whatever else they can find in a market. Kind of like in America.

What does Djibouti export?

Djibouti's main economic sector is based on the service industry,not exports. It doesn't ship much overseas, but the area around itproduces coffee, salt, hides, beans, cereals, chalk, and wax forexport.

What does Djibouti import?

Principal exports from the region transiting Djibouti are coffee, salt, hides, dried beans, cereals, other agricultural products, and wax.

What trees are in Djibouti?

Forested area accounts for less than one percent of Djibouti'stotal land area, but their "Day Forest National Park" in thenorthern part of the country boasts four dominant species: theAfrican juniper, African olive, the camphor bush, and the "Buxus hildebrantii".

Who was the President of Djibouti in 2010?

Ismail Omar Guelleh was the President of Djibouti in 2010. He became the 2nd President of Djibouti in 1999 May 8. Guelleh was re-elected on 2005 April 8 in a single candidate election for another 6-year term, which he said would be his last. He was expected to leave office on 2011 May 7. However in 2010, he convinced politicians to amend the constitution to allow for a third term. He was again re-elected on 2011 April 8, again claiming that this term ending in 2017 will be his last.

Who was the President of Djibouti in 2003?

Ismail Omar Guelleh was the President of Djibouti in 2003. He became the 2nd President of Djibouti in 1999 May 8. Guelleh was re-elected on 2005 April 8 in a single candidate election for another 6-year term, which he said would be his last. He was expected to leave office on 2011 May 7. However in 2010, he convinced politicians to amend the constitution to allow for a third term. He was again re-elected on 2011 April 8, again claiming that this term ending in 2017 will be his last..

What part of Africa is Djibouti located?

Well Djibouti is located in the horn of the contenent Africa. If you don't know what the horn is it is in eastern Africa and north of Ethiopia and Somalia. Its a little island posted by Jonathan Rowe

What type of agriculture is in djibouti?

In Djibouti farmers practice both commercial and subsistence agriculture. Some farmers further in the countryside are subsistence farmers and only farm enough to feed their family; however, other farmers closer to central markets and produce shops practice commercial farming and sell their produce in the market. Due to Djibouti's scarce water supply and arid climate, farmers use irrigated and seasonal agriculture.

Who was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2011?

Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2011. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.

Who was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2009?

Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2009. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.

Who was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2008?

Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2008. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.

Who was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2006?

Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2006. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.

Who was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2005?

Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2005. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.

Who was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2003?

Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2003. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.

Who was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2002?

Dileita Mohamed Dileita was the Prime Minister of Djibouti in 2002. Dileita was appointed the Prime Minister on 2001 March 07 by President Ismail Omar Guelleh after previous Prime Minister Barkat Gourad Hamadou resigned due to health problems.

Who was the President of Djibouti in 2011?

Ismail Omar Guelleh was the President of Djibouti in 2011. He became the 2nd President of Djibouti in 1999 May 8. Guelleh was re-elected on 2005 April 8 in a single candidate election for another 6-year term, which he said would be his last. He was expected to leave office on 2011 May 7. However in 2010, he convinced politicians to amend the constitution to allow for a third term. He was again re-elected on 2011 April 8, again claiming that this term will be his last.

Do tigers live in Djibouti?

Yes! Most defenintly, at first people could not find or know if they were there or not, but a couple of years ago they were found so yes!

Who was the President of Djibouti in 2012?

Ismail Omar Guelleh was the President of Djibouti in 2012. He became the 2nd President of Djibouti in 1999 May 8. Guelleh was re-elected on 2005 April 8 in a single candidate election for another 6-year term, which he said would be his last. He was expected to leave office on 2011 May 7. However in 2010, he convinced politicians to amend the constitution to allow for a third term. He was again re-elected on 2011 April 8, again claiming that this term will be his last.

What is the telephone country code for Djibouti?

Djibouti is country code +253. Landlines in the city of Djibouti begin with +253 21. Landlines in the outer districts begin with +253 27. Mobile numbers begin with +253 77. All numbers have 8 digits following the country code +253. Note that all telephone numbers in Djibouti changed in March 2012. See the related links for details.

What are major cities of Djibouti?

The capital city of Djibouti is Djibouti, which contains about halfof the population of the entire country. Other cities include KhorAngar, Obock, Tadjoura, Ali 'Sabieh, Dikhil, Yoboki, and Balho.Interestingly, the country of Djibouti is the least populatedcountry in all of Africa.