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WORST CITY - Bangui, Central African Republic

Bangui, Central African Republic

Population: 520,000

Worst Feature: War and Civil Unrest

Best Feature: Equatorial Temperature Rarely drops below 80 Degrees



Bangui and Brazzaville have had kind of a Hertz/Avis relationship of the 1 and 2 position of the most dangerous city in Africa and the World, with each losing the number 1 position to other over the last few years.

Most recently the title went to Bangui, mostly due to the frequency of coup attempts and rebel attacks.

The rebels seek to overthrow the constitutionally elected President and seek new elections (sounds like a good idea in this country too, but I digress) If nothing else Bangui is a city of contrasts, for example their own travel guide describes Bangui as follows: “Although Bangui is a bloody boring place by Western standards, it has quite some deeply hidden charm. It is easy going most of the time and compared to neighboring country has at least something to offer visitors.”

However the State department's Travel Site states the following: American citizens are strongly advised not to travel to the Central African Republic until further notice. The Central African government is unable to guarantee the safety of visitors to any part of the country including Bangui.
 

 

 

The local Hell's Angels - Bangui, Central African Republic

A great tourist attraction - the wind farm at Bangui.

Help Children in Bangui with SOS Children

Bangui has about 520,000 inhabitants and is the only important city in the Central African Republic. Bagui is located on the banks of the river Oubangui about 1800 km from the next harbour in Congo. The SOS Children's Village Bangui is situated in the western district of Gbangouma between the hills of Gbazabangui and the river Oubangui about 6 km from the centre of the city. The population of this part of the town is a very mixed one: top civil servants and foreign ambassadors took up residence on the river-side, whilst fishermen, farmers, lowly clerks and military personnel from the nearby military base live in the hills. Within easy reach of the SOS Children's Village there are kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, a market, a mission station and a hospital.

The SOS Children's Village Bangui was built on a site of 7 hectares and consists of an administrative building, 11 family houses, an SOS Kindergarten for about 100 children from the SOS Children's Village itself as well as from the neighbourhood, an SOS Primary school with 12 class-rooms, which is attended by about 500 children, an SOS Medical Centre and facilities for sports. A small kitchen garden in order to provide the SOS Children's Village with fresh supplies of vegetables has also been laid out.

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