|Central African Republic ke chapa jisme Bangui dekhae hae|
|Des||Central African Republic|
|- Mayor||Jean-Barkes Gombe-Kette|
|- City||67 km² (26 sq mi)|
Bangui, Central African Republic ke capital city hae. Ii des ke sab se barraa city bhi hae. Ii city ke abaadi 734,350 log hae (2012). Central African Republic ke jaada log des ke west me Bangui ke nangich rahe hae.
Itihaas[badlo | source ke badlo]
Ii city ke 1889 me uu time suruu karaa gais rahaa jab ki ii French colony Haut-Oubangui ('Upper Ubangi') rahaa. Ii colony ke naam baad me badal ke French Equatorial Africa kar dewa gais rahaa. Ii city Ubangi nadi ke kinare ek French military post ke lage suruu bhais rahaa. Bangui pahile ii French colony ke administration center rahaa aur abhi ii Central African Republic ke administrative center hae.
Geography and Climate[badlo | source ke badlo]
Bangui is located on the northern banks of the Ubangi River. It is just below a series of rapids. The Congolese town of Zongo is on the opposite side of the river from Bangui. The city centre lies near the river. It has a large triumphal arch, the Presidential Palace and the central market. North of the city lie rolling hills.
The Central African Republic is located just north of the Equator. Because of this, the daily high temperatures rarely fall below the high 80s Fahrenheit. The rainy season lasts from May until October. Bangui, being in the south of the country and closest to the Equator, is slightly hotter and wetter than the northern parts of the country.
Economy[badlo | source ke badlo]
Bangui is an administrative, trade, and commercial center. Bangui makes textiles, food products, beer, shoes, and soap. The main exports are cotton, timber, coffee, and sisal. Unemployment in the city was near 23% as of 2001.
Transportation[badlo | source ke badlo]
Bangui is a river port. It is served by Bangui M'Poko International Airport. The port handles the most of the country's trade with other countries. River ferries sail to Brazzaville and Zongo. Roads connect the city to Cameroon, Chad, and Sudan.