Akanda National Park
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Akanda National Park is one of 13 National Parks in Gabon set up in 2002 by President Omar Bongo after a two year study by the DFC, WCS and WWF. The 13 national parks are designed to represent the biodiversity of the country and encourage tourism. Akanda National Park is located in the northeast of the country, near Libreville, with coastline along the Mondah and Corisco bays.
- also known as 阿肯達國家公園
- part of Gabon
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An Encyclopedia of Geography, History, and Culture by Roman Adrian Cybriwsky
Akanda National Park is located just outside the city. Pointe Denis is a beach resort island just a short boat ride away from central Libreville. Culture and Society. Gabonese people are mostly of Bantu origin and from at least 40 different ethnic and linguistic groups. The Fang and the Nzebi are the two most populous groups. French is the common language. Some 80 percent of Gabonese can speak French and 30 percent of the population of Libreville are native speakers. Most people ...
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