Banjul

What is Banjul known for?


technical training

, but beeswax, palm wood (Arecaceae), palm oil, and skins and hides are also shipped from the port of Banjul. Banjul is also the home of the Gambia Technical Training Institute. GTTI is currently engaged in a partnership with non-profit organization Power Up Gambia to develop a solar energy training program. Climate


developing location

. It has a main street with a market, and some government offices. It is a fast developing location because of its highly developed infra structure. It is easy to reach from the capital, Banjul, and the economic centre, Serrekunda, by the Combo Coastal Highway situated on a slight hill giving direct view to the unspoiled sandy beaches and the Atlantic Ocean. '''Wilfred Norris "Wilf" Slack''' (12 December 1954, Troumaca, St Vincent (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) – 15 January 1989, Banjul, The Gambia) WikiPedia:Banjul Commons:Category:Banjul


range radio

priced seafood on offer. The locally produced peanuts are also very good and go well with a pint of Julbrew. Budget Mid-range * Radio Sud Beach bar. This used to be a radio station which started life as a pirate radio on a boat off Sweden. After changes in the law there, it was sailed away and ended up in the Gambia. The ship and radio station have both now gone (the former sank nearby and the latter closed in 2002 when its mast collapsed). It is now a beach bar and restaurant


wonderful beaches

50 content Small museum with cultural and historic artifacts * '''Albert Market''' * ''' Banjul State House''' * ''' Banjul Court House''' * '''The African Heritage Museum ''' or '''African Heritage Centre''' is a museum and art gallery in Banjul, The Gambia. It holds a large collection of African art and statues. The city has two cathedrals and several major mosques. Do Go to its wonderful beaches. Buy Eat Being on the Atlantic ocean, Banjul has some excellent and well


good views

-16.582467 directions at the end of Independence Drive phone tollfree fax hours price GMD 50 content Gives good views over Banjul city.The gate is 35 metres tall and the centre of an open square. It houses a textile museum. *


century world

that "an error comprehensive in magnitude and protracted in duration... was the error of a great proletarian revolutionary." ''Facts on File Yearbook 1981'' (Facts on File, Inc., 1982) p450; Rebecca E. Karl, ''Mao Zedong and China in the Twentieth-Century World: A Concise History'' (Duke University Press, 2010) p166 *The "Banjul Charter, or the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights, was adopted by the 51 members of the Organisation of African


fast developing

. It has a main street with a market, and some government offices. It is a fast developing location because of its highly developed infra structure. It is easy to reach from the capital, Banjul, and the economic centre, Serrekunda, by the Combo Coastal Highway situated on a slight hill giving direct view to the unspoiled sandy beaches and the Atlantic Ocean. '''Wilfred Norris "Wilf" Slack''' (12 December 1954, Troumaca, St Vincent (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) – 15


independent political

the ban on independent political activity, the Ohaneze Ndi Igbo organization was formed, an elite umbrella organization which speaks on behalf of the Igbo people. WikiPedia:Banjul Commons:Category:Banjul


popular science

Atlantic airmail service from Stuttgart, Germany to Natal, Brazil.Popular+Science+1931+plane&hl en&ei q78LTaeBEcyTnQf_5cHUDQ&sa X&oi book_result&ct result&resnum 6&ved 0CDkQ6AEwBTgK#v onepage&q Popular%20Science%201931%20plane&f true "First Tranatlantic air line", February 1933, Popular Science On route proving flights in 1933, and scheduled service beginning


regular weekly

, continuing ''via'' the Canary Islands and Spain to Stuttgart, Germany. From December 1935, ''Air France'' opened a regular weekly airmail route between South America and Africa. German airlines, such as ''Deutsche Luft Hansa'', experimented with mail routes over the North

Banjul

'''Banjul''', officially the '''City of Banjul''' and formerly known as '''Bathurst''', is the capital (Capital (political)) of the Gambia and is in a division of the same name. The population of the city proper is only 34,828, with the '''Greater Banjul Area''', which includes the City of Banjul and the Kanifing Municipal Council, at a population of 357,238 (2003 census). Banjul is on St Mary's Island (Banjul Island), where the Gambia River enters the Atlantic Ocean. The island is connected to the mainland to the west and the rest of Greater Banjul Area via bridges. There are also ferries linking Banjul to the mainland at the other side of the river.

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