- Kaga Bandoro
- St. Floris Park
- Bamingui- Bangoran Park
- Dzanga - Sangha Reserve
- Boganda Museum, Bangui
- Place de la Republique, Bangui
- Central Market, Bangui
- Andre Felix National Park
- Gold Mining
- Assembly of Bicycles
- Diamond Mining
Hunted Facts on central african republic
- The Central African Republic is famed worldwide for its lowland gorilla population, Pygmy culture, and fabulous national parks.
- Landforms The Central African Republic is in essence an undulating plateau.
- Central and south is a series of forested, rolling hills, with some topping 2000 ft. A dense tropical rainforest in the southeast fronts the Ubangi River, and in the north, the land flattens into a treeless, desert-like savanna grassland.
- Although the Central African Republic has seen a bit of political turmoil in recent year, the situation now seems relatively stable again.
- The south of Central Africa is muddy and dominated by tropical rainforest.
- The Oubangui river separates the republic form Congo Kinshasa and is the life wire of the country.
- The increase in the population of secondary centers and the agricultural practices of Central Africans have led to disastrous ecological changes, because trees are used for both house construction and firewood, and deforestation around all the urban centers has caused a need for the importation of wood from afar.
- Central Africans are mostly self-sufficient, growing their own staples (manioc, sorghum, peanuts, sesame, corn, and squash), supplemented by wild tubers, leaves, and mushrooms.
- Protestant Central African churches, once aligned with the denominations of the early missions, have splintered into several factions as a result of competition for leadership in the clergy.
- The Central African Republic (French: République Centrafricaine /ʀepyblik sɑ̃tʀafʀikɛn/ or Centrafrique /sɑ̃tʀafʀik/) is a landlocked country in central Africa.