Wednesday, May 12, 2010



U.S. Embassy Djibouti

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Government: Semi-Presidential Republic

President: Ismail Omar Guelleh

Prime Minister: Dileita Mohamed Dileita

Official languages: Arabic and French

Time zone: EAT (UTC+3)

Currency: Franc

Djibouti is a small country in the North Eastern region of Africa that borders the Red Sea, Ethiopia, Somalia and Eritrea.

Djibouti's climate is very hot, humid and arid, especially in the summer. The summer heat is moderated, however, by a sustained breeze in the coastal city of Djibouti. From October to April the temperature is cooler, with occasional rain. Cyclones from the Indian Ocean create heavy rains and flash flooding.

The population is divided into two main groups, the Issa of Somali people and the Afar.

Djibouti cuisine is largely influenced by Arab and French culinary art.

Danakil Desert is a lowland geothermal region which covers much of western Djibouti.

Mousa Ali is a volcano on the border of Djibouti and Eritrea. Mousa Ali is roughly 6,600 feet tall. Although it is not extinct, the last known eruption occurred more than 10,000 years ago.

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This Article was by Michelle At People's Natural Living

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