Portuguese explorers and traders arrived in the area in the late15th century
Yes, the equator passes through GABON.
Gabon people during their free time make masks, play games like checkers, sports, make statues, and make different types of designs and shapes on their housing.
Yes,he is Ali Bongo Ondimba.
Gabon is very humid. I'v never been there but doing a report on it. So i guess you could see moss on trees, and fog. They do live by the ocean so its probably beach's on certain parts of the land. Also they speak french.
Yes, the Gabon Viper. http://nationalzoo.si.edu/ConservationAndScience/MAB/conservation/centralafrica/gabon/MABinGabon/gallery/default.cfm
in other words, can anyone give me 20 questons and answers about gabon?
gabon joined the united nations on september 20 1960
Same-sex sexual activity is legal. That activity was never criminalized.
Same-sex marriage is not legal in Gabon in the sense that it cannot be legally performed and it is not recognized by the government. It is not "illegal" however in the sense that it is punishable under the penal code. Reportedly, same-sex sexual activity has never been illegal in Gabon.
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The longest river in Gabon is the Ogoove river.
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In 1472, the Portuguese explorers encountered the mouth of the Como River and named it "Rio de Gabao," river of Gabon, which later became the name of the country
The country of Gabon has no national tree.
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Yes Gabon is one of Africas wealthier countries and has a health care system including clinics and hospitals.
no Gabon does not have gorillas there sorry
blue for water, green for forested area, and yellow for equator
The national animal of Gabon is the black panther. Gabon is a sovereign state located in West Central Africa. The capital of Gabon is Libreville.
Water, beer, whiskey, coffee, tea, and cola.
No gabon did not take part in the world cup.
No she did not. Bob won with 4 votes. Susie got 3 votes. Sugar got 0 votes.
up until 1970 gabon was a mainly french based culture and now onlyabout 10% of the population speak french French is the most spoken language in Gabon. The above answer isnot true. Only 10% are native speakers of French, but about 80% canspeak it fluently.
The earliest humans in Gabon were believed to be the Babinga, or Pygmies, dating back to 7000 B.C., who were later followed by Bantu groups from southern and eastern Africa. Now there are many tribal groups in the country, the largest being the Fang peoples, who constitute 25% of the...
Prospecting and exploration for uranium continues in Gabon. It has been ongoing for some years, but though extensive deposits have been located, the extent of these deposits and the concentration of uranium in the ore make economic recovery questionable. At least four large mining consortiums are...
Gabon is in the eastern hemisphere
You can find a map of Gabon by clicking on the related links section (Anwers.com) indicated below.
Gabon is a tropical rain forest. I, myself, am Gabonese. The rain forest region of Africa is west central Africa, and and some of the countries above. Some countries in the rain forest biome are Gabon, Cameroon, Congo, Ghana, and Nigeria. The trees there are being cut down at a faster rate...
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267,667 km 2 (103,347 sq miles).
Survivor: Gabon, Earth's Last Eden (the 17th season) was filmed in Africa around the coastal towns of Nyonie and Ekwata in the Wonga-Wongue Presidential Reserve.
yes it a real company in all means , By Jan 2011 we wil have our office there in Gabon . So on that time for sure you wil have that updates on our website including the management and all other related details.
Ali Bongo Ondimba was the President of Gabon in 2010. Son of Omar Bongo, President of Gabon from 1967 to 2009, Ali Bongo Ondimba became President of Gabon on 2009 October 16, shortly after his father's death on June 10 that year. He was elected in elections with a reported 41.79% of the vote.
Gabon is found on the west coast of Africa, and is therefore bordered only by the Atlantic Ocean.
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Soccer it is the most popular sport everywhere basically besides U.S.
Gabon's most useful resouce is the lumber from the rain forest trees.
some would disagree, and even though they both are very venomous i think that the black mamba is the more deadly of the two.
Blumea balsamifera it is Hairy, half woody, strongly aromatic shrub, 1-4 meters (m) high. Simple, broadly elongated leaves, 7-20 cm long, with toothed margin and appendage or divided base. Loose yellow flower head scattered along much-branched leafy panicked. Anther cells tailed at base. Fruit ...
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Gabon is on the west coast of central Africa, and it an independent country.
4/5 of Africas gorillas live in Gabon!
Facts about Gabon: .
More than 3 quarters of the territory is covered byforest. .
The capital was founded by Catholic missionaries to houseliberated slaves. .
Gabon is in Africa. .
Its capital is Libreville.
No there are no direct flights from entebbe, you would hve to route via Nairobi to go to libreville on Kenya airways. .
Ethiopian Air line also offer indirect flights from Entebbe to Libreville Gabon via Addis Ababa (ADD)
The largest river in Gabon is the 1200 km long Ogooué River, followed by the 600 km long Nyanga River. Two other major rivers is the 230 km long Komo River and the Muni River.
Gabon has a equatorial climate. This means they experience warm tempretures all year round.
Survivor Gabon aired from September 25, 2008 - December 14, 2008.
Gabon's economy is dominated by oil. Oil revenues comprise roughly 46% of the government's budget, 43% of gross domestic product (GDP), and 81% of exports. Oil production is now declining rapidly from its high point of 370,000 barrels per day in 1997. Some estimates suggest that Gabonese oil will be...
Ali Bongo Ondimba was the President of Gabon in 2011. Son of Omar Bongo, President of Gabon from 1967 to 2009, Ali Bongo Ondimba became President of Gabon on 2009 October 16, shortly after his father's death on June 10 that year. He was elected in elections with a reported 41.79% of the vote.
Libreville is the capital andlargest city of Gabon, a country on the west coast of Africa.
They are called Gabonese in English, Gabonaise in French, the official language.
gabon is located in South west Africa at the coast and is surrounded by eqitorial guenia and Congo.
The capital of Gabon is Libreville.
Gabon receives more rain than Egypt. Gabon is almost entirely within a tropical rainforest and Egypt is almost entirely within a desert.
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bananas and spagettie with some mango dressing
No. There is no legal recognition of such marriages in Gabon.
Christian, Muslim and Baha'i.
Gabon is a country on the west coast of Africa.
The largest group is the Fang, forming 40 percent of the population. Other major groups are the Teke, the Eshira, and the Pounou. For more information, see the related link about the culture of Gabon, its history, people, clothing, traditions, women, beliefs, food, and customs.
People greet each other with a bow
What caused the plane crash in which the Zambian national team died in Gabon in 1994 was that the pilot had shut down the wrong engine after a fire. All twenty-five passengers and five crew members were killed.
neither, they're theocratic.
food and clothes also for children resouces also
Ali Bongo Ondimba was the President of Gabon in 2012. Son of Omar Bongo, President of Gabon from 1967 to 2009, Ali Bongo Ondimba became President of Gabon on 2009 October 16, shortly after his father's death on June 10 that year. He was elected in elections with a reported 41.79% of the vote.
Gabonese make masks, play games like checkers, sports, make statues, and make different types of designs and shapes on their housing
Libreville and the cathedral of St. Michael