French is the official language of Guinea, a country of West Africa. Guinea has a republic form of government. Guinea attained independence from France on 2nd October in the year 1958. The president of Guinea is the chief of the state and the Prime Minister is the head of the Guinea Government. In the political map of Guinea all the features of the country like the boundaries, provinces are indicated.
Guinea is a West African country. The country gained independence in the year 1958 from France. The climate of Guinea is generally humid and hot. Iron ore, bauxite, uranium, gold are some of the natural resources of the country. In the political map of Guinea, the national capital, prefectures and their capitals and both internal an international boundaries have been clearly marked by using specific symbols. The geographic coordinates of Guinea are 11° North latitude and 10° West longitude.
Guinea Prefectures Capitals
There are 34 prefectures in Guinea which are Boffa, Beyla, Coyah, Boke, Dalaba, Dabola, Dubreka, Dinguiraye, Forecariah, Faranah, Gaoual, Fria, Kankan, Gueckedou, Kindia, Kerouane, Koubia, Kissidougou, Kouroussa, Koundara, Lelouma, Labe, Macenta, Lola, Mamou, Mali, Nzerekore, Mandiana, Siguiri, Pita, Tougue, Telimele, Yomou and capital Conakry which is a special city with a single region and prefecture government.
The national capital of Guinea is Conakry. It is the largest city and also the economic, administrative hub of the country. There is a port at the capital city, which is also one of the major sources of employment and economy to the country. Guinea National Museum, Conakry Grand Mosque and Polytechnic Institute of Conakry are located at the national capital. In the printable map of Guinea, the capital city has been highlighted by using a red star. The geographic coordinates of Conakry are 9° 30' 33" North latitude and 13° 42' 44" West longitude.
The airports that are located in close proximity to Conakry are:
- Freetown Lungi
The neighboring countries and seas surrounding the country are indicated prominently in the printable map of Guinea. The North Atlantic Ocean is at the western side of the country. The countries that are neighbor to Guinea are:
- Liberia to the south
- Cote D' Ivore to the south-east
- Sierra Leone to the west of southeastern Guinea
- Guinea Bissau to north
- Mali to northeast and north
- Senegal to northern side
Some of the major cities of Guinea are indicated in the political map by black dots. The Guinea cities those are printed in the map are:
Note : - Population:
Last Updated on: August 16th, 2018