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Djibouti or in English Djibouti It is a small country and it occupies part of the western coast of Aden. Djibouti extends over an area of ​​approximately 23,000 km2, and the population of Djibouti does not exceed one million, with an estimated population of 2013 according to 872,932 people. The vast majority of this population is Muslim, representing 94% of the total population, and the rest is represented by Christians. The climate in Djibouti is hot and humid in coastal areas, desert and dry in the inland areas off the coast.

Djibouti website

Djibouti is located in the Horn of Africa, and has coastlines that extend on a part of the western side of the Bab al-Mandab strait that separates the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Djibouti is bordered on the northern side by Eritrea, and bordered by Ethiopia on the northwestern, western, southwestern, and southern sides. It is bordered by Somalia on the southeastern side, and on the east side is the Strait of Bab al-Mandab and the Gulf of Aden.

The system of government in Djibouti

Djibouti is a country with a semi-presidential republican system of government, with its capital: the city of Djibouti. Its official currency: the franc. It has two official languages: Arabic and French, and other local languages. The country of Djibouti is a member of the League of Arab States.

Djibouti independence

Djibouti gained independence from France in 1977, after a popular struggle that lasted for many years, as Djibouti was one of the French colonies scattered in many regions of the world.

The capital of Djibouti

Djibouti is the capital of the political and economic republic of Djibouti, as it is the center of the state. The vast majority of the population is concentrated in it, where its population exceeds: 600,000 people, it is the largest city in the republic in terms of population, but the region in which it is located is the smallest region in the republic in terms of area, as its area is approximately 200 km2.

Facilities of the capital of Djibouti

The city of Djibouti has many important vital facilities, such as the port of Djibouti, which is one of the most important ports in the region, due to its position on the Gulf of Aden. The city also has an international airport. The city of Djibouti is linked to the city of Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, with a long railway that was built and launched by the French at the beginning of the twentieth century.

Founding the capital of Djibouti

The geographical area on which the city of Djibouti was built was deserted and uninhabited during the period that French colonialism entered in the late nineteenth century, thanks to the founding and construction of the city belongs to France, and it has resulted from this that the character of architecture in the city of Djibouti is similar to the character of French architecture, as the Many schools have a French education system.

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