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The capital of Senegal, Dakar, is the westernmost point in Africa. Senegal is mainly a low-lying country, with a semidesert area in the north and northeast and forests in the southwest. The largest rivers include the Senegal in the north and the Casamance in the southern tropical climate region.

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Publish Date : Dec 14, 2010


Most of Mali, in West Africa, lies in the Sahara.The only fertile area is in the south, where the Niger and Senegal rivers provide irrigation.

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Publish Date : Dec 14, 2010

Cape Verde

Cape Verde, is an archipelago in the Atlantic 385 mi (500 km) west of Senegal. The islands are divided into two groups:

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Publish Date : Dec 13, 2010


Mauritania, is situated in northwest Africa with about 350 mi (592 km) of coastline on the Atlantic Ocean. The country is mostly desert, with the exception of the fertile Senegal River valley in the south and grazing land in the north.

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Publish Date : Dec 14, 2010

Guinea Bissau

A neighbor of Senegal andGuinea in West Africa, on theAtlanticcoast.  Thecountryisalowlyingcoastalregionofswamps,rainforests,andmangrove-covered wetlands, with about 25 islands off the coast. The Bijagos archipelago extends 30 mi (48 km) out to sea.  

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Publish Date : Dec 13, 2010
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