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Djibouti, a strategic location on the northeast coast of the Horn of Africa. Djibouti city is the capital of Djibouti.

  • Total area: 23,200 km2
  • Population: 956,985
     

Djibouti Map

The border between Djibouti and Eritrea is 113 km, the border with Ethiopia is 337 km and the border with Somalia is 58 km (508 km in total). Precipitation is rare and most areas are in a semi-arid or dry environment. Djibouti's main settlements include the capitals of Djibouti, Djibouti, Tajola and Obock, as well as the southern cities of Ali Sabich and Dick Hill. The total area is 23,200 square kilometers, of which 23,180 square kilometers of land and 20 square kilometers of water. Djibouti has eight mountain ranges with a peak of over 1,000 m. The Mousa Ali Mountains is considered the highest mountain in the country and the highest mountain on the border with Ethiopia and Eritrea. The height is 2028 m. The Dabala Desert includes parts of Alta, Ali Sabie and South Djibouti in the Dickhill region. Most of it is at a lower altitude, below 560 m.

Culture in Djibouti

Djibouti is a multi-ethnic country with a rich culture based on tribal traditions. Besides Afars and Issas, subfamilies like Gadabuursi also live in the country. The rest of the population consists of Ethiopians, Europeans and Arabs. Due to the many influences, Djibouti is a meeting place of antiquity and modern times.

Places to visit in Djibouti

The Afar Valley is reflected as a complete with the adjoining Denakil Tiefland. They belong to a uniform natural form. Only the borders of two African countries (Ethiopia and Djibouti) separate these valleys. Numerous marine and marine deposits have attracted many researchers to the region. It is a worthless material that can exploit the developmental properties of marine animals. The whitewashed houses and Moorish arcades, this sprawling square is a strange mix of Arabs and Europeans. Rows of cafes line Bender de Bender Street, a popular market stall. From wood carving to clothing, there is a multitude of souvenirs full of people a colorful place full of atmosphere.

Languages Used in Djibouti

Somali, Arabic, French and Afar are the most commonly used languages in Djibouti's multilingual languages.

Djibouti States

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