It houses about 1.6 million people, covering over 270,000 square kilometers and its state capital is Libreville.
The first settlers of the country were Pygmy people, and the Portuguese took over in 1472, while French came into Libreville in 1849. The region was granted self-government in 1960, and French style was adopted in 1961.
Gabon is an amazing country, endowed with beaches, rain forests and natural resources. The nation has long been considered an economic miracle, fertile coastline, bottomless reserves of gold and mineral deposits.
The capital is Libreville, cosmopolitan and accurate place classed to be among the expensive places in the world.
The per capita income of the country is higher than most countries in sub-Sahara Africa, with stable politics. The country has built up its profile as an outstanding tourist site, with gorillas, chimps and elephants on the forests.
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