Ouagadougou is the capital and largest city of Burkina Faso, which is located in West Africa. Large trees and modern public buildings are scattered throughout the city. It also has a market, a craft center, a national museum, and a university bearing its name, and also contains an international airport, This city produces many products such as soft drinks, shoes, and textiles.
Climate of Ouagadougou
The climate of Ouagadougou is considered to be semi-dry hot, as it is considered close to wet and dry tropical weather, and is affected by monsoons loaded with dust and dust, and the average annual rainfall is 800 mm, while the maximum temperatures reach 43 degrees Celsius, where the summer extends between March Until May, while the lowest reaches 16 degrees Celsius, and the winter season begins in December and extends until January.
The importance of Ouagadougou
Ouagadougou is considered a political, cultural and administrative center, and is home to more than 80% of the population of the central region, with a population of 2 million people, and is home to three large families who were specialized in wax casting, which has become a major source of income for many families, and has a high impact on the economy Local, where approximately 13% of workers work in the informal sector, and it consists of 375 institutions and companies, and the authority supports local cultural industries, as well as supporting youth artistic activity; it trains youth and improves their working conditions, in addition to opening production facilities, halls Show, and training venues.
Tourism in Ouagadougou
Ouagadougou attracts many tourists annually for its beauty and the multiplicity of tourist sites in it, where there is the National Museum of Music, the National Museum of Burkina Faso, many handicraft markets, and the Moro Napa Palace, and there are many distinct parks, and many international festivals are held annually.