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The Ivory Coast is a third-world country located in West Africa and is a great tourist attraction for its beachy locations.
Previously a French colony, this country is lined with resorts and other places that you can visit with your family if you want a refreshing getaway from your own bustling city.
The Ivory Coast is not just famous for its chocolates and palm oil but also for its fauna. Two of the country's national parks are world heritage sites and have many animal species such as chimpanzees and pygmy hippopotamuses. The Tai National Park should definitely be on the list of places that you visit when at the Ivory Coast.
The country was named after the booming trade of elephant teeth in the area. West Africa still has many elephants, although the trade of ivory has either been limited or banned for the sake of the poor animals who are threatened by such activities. Keep reading for more facts about the Ivory Coast!
The Ivory Coast, or Côte d'Ivoire was named after the main economic pillar of the land, which was the trade and export of elephant teeth. This unique country was a French colony, and the impacts of French colonization are still visible. Here are some facts about Ivory Coast.
The Ivory Coast is a country in West Africa that was previously inhabited by many ethnic groups.
In spite of the civil wars and the many problems that the country has been dealing with in the recent past, this country located in West Africa is culturally diverse.
If you have been planning a visit to West Africa, the Ivory Coast should definitely be one of the countries that you visit. The many beaches and resorts are sure to show you a great time.
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