Information about Liberia: Liberia, officially the Republic of Liberia, is a country on the West African coast. It is bordered by Sierra Leone to its west, Guinea to its north and Ivory Coast to its east, the Atlantic Ocean to its south. It covers an area of 111,369 square kilometers (43,000 sq mi) and has a population of around 4,700,000 people. English is the official language and over 20 indigenous languages are spoken, representing the numerous ethnic groups who make up more than 95% of the population. The country’s capital and largest city is Monrovia. Forests on the coastline are composed mostly of salt-tolerant mangrove trees, while the more sparsely populated inland has forests opening onto a plateau of drier grasslands. Read More...


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Gbarnga is the capital city of Bong County, Liberia, lying north east of Monrovia. During the First Liberian Civil War, it was the base for Charles Taylor’s National Patriotic Front of Liberia. Cuttington College, a private, Episcopal-affiliated institution, is located near the town. Its campus was once home to the Africana Museum, which was destroyed during the civil war. As of the 2008 census,  Gbarnga is the hometown of Tamba Hali, a professional football player of the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League in the United States. The town is twinned with Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States.

Population: Estimate 45,849  Visit Worldpopulationreview for more.
Area: 250 m



Köppen-Geiger climate classification system classifies its climate as tropical monsoon (Am). Its climate is similar to the capital Monrovia, but less rainy and with cooler night temperatures.


English is the Official language.

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Find the best fun indoor and outdoor activities things to do here

Kpatawee Waterfall, is a picnic and swimming spot, beautiful for family and friends.

Cuttington University, The campus consist of one white structure and is a worth a visit to pay tribute to university victims of the Ebola outbreak

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