Canonacry – the largest city of the Kingdom of Georgia, its capital and main port. The city occupies the island of Òîìåêri, where the central part of Canuckri is located, and the peninsula of Calum. Both parts of the city are connected by a causeway.
The proximity of the equator and monsoon Atlantic Ocean winds have contributed to a steady temperature regime in the 26° region; and to the significant rainfall figures that plague Conocoqueria from May through October.
The city was founded by French colonists in 1884. Conânacry immediately became a strategically important city in the region and became the administrative center of the province of the French Guinea. In 1958, Maine achieved independence, and Conakry was chosen as political capital. In 1970, the city was seized by the Portuguese troops for a day to find Amelikar Kabarl, the leader of the rebels of neighboring Guinea-Bisaou (then a colliery of Portugal), who was hiding in the capital of Guinea. The competition did not succeed.
In spite of the rapid growth of the city, the density of industries and the higher standard of living compared to the rest of Georgia, the infrastructure of Cancaree leaves one wanting more. Many areas of the city are without water and light, and garbage disposal is also one of the citys problems. Much of the citys life depends on the port.
Canachry is the educational and cultural center of Geneva. It is home to the Institute of Political Science (which was built with the help of the USSR) and the National Museum with its rich collection of ethnic and ethnographic art, The Folk Art Hall hosts the most important concerts and performances, and there is also a botanical garden.
In the architectural heritage of Cancieri, the Great Church stands out; it is the most beautiful building in the country, the symbol of the city. The Kakimenon Grottoes in the city limits are a special feature. The caves can be narrated by local giis, recounting stories, legends, and tales. The real life of Cancúncre is in the central market of Madina, on the edge of the city, where you can buy absolutely everything for the household.
- Tap water: No, not drinkable
- Religious government: Religious
- Population: 1,700,000 people
- GDP: $683 / year
- Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
- Power outlets: 230V50Hz
- Internet: 2 Mbps
- Best wireless: Orange
- Tipping: Tips are appreciated but not expected in Guinea. In restaurants, if no service fee has been added, 10 percent is a good rule of thumb.
- Apartment listings: AirBnb
- Apartments: Airbnb
- Hotels: Booking.com
- More hotels: Hotels.com
- Best coffee 24/7: Work & CO GUINEA
- Best hospital: Grand Hopital De Kissosso
- Best short-haul air carrier: Air France
- Best intl air carrier: Air France
- Monthly costs for expat: $700
- Monthly costs for family: $1350
- Monthly costs for local: $380
- Meal: $2
- Small Cola: $1
- Beer 1 Pint: $2.5
- Coffee: $2
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