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Gambia 2000 Daily Life (17 images)

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The Gambia is named after the Gambia River, which flows through its entire length from East to West (into the Atlantic ocean) for more than 300 miles. The Gambia is the smallest independent country in Africa - with a population of just 800,000 living on an area of 4,000 square miles - a narrow belt of land on either side of the river. Its sister Republic of Senegal surrounds it on three sides; the western boundary being the Atlantic Ocean with its glorious beaches and wide river estuary at...
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