Sierra Leone is a small country located in West Africa. It is bordered by Guinea, Liberia, and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a multi-ethnic nation with sixteen recognized ethnic groups. Sierra Leone is a former British Colony and gained independence in 1961. It is a member of the United Nations, the Commonwealth of Nations and the African Union.Sierra Leone is known for its diverse and rich culture, with its own national language, Krio. It is one of the most ecologically diverse countries in Africa and is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Despite the recent civil war, Sierra Leone is recovering and is looking to make progress in the areas of economy, education, and development. The nation is an important power in regional politics and is prominent in the regional economy. Currently, Sierra Leone is about to embark on an ambitious development plan, which includes oil and gas exploration, and plans to join the International Criminal Court.
1) What is the capital of Sierra Leone?
2) What is the national language of Sierra Leone?
3) How many provinces are in Sierra Leone?
4) What is the currency of Sierra Leone?
5) What is the largest city in Sierra Leone?
6) What is the predominant religion in Sierra Leone?
7) What type of government does Sierra Leone have?
8) What is the population of Sierra Leone?
9) What is the main export of Sierra Leone?
10) Who is the current president of Sierra Leone?
11) What is the name of the highest mountain in Sierra Leone?
12) What is the national animal of Sierra Leone?
13) What is the national flower of Sierra Leone?
14) What is Sierra Leone's main agricultural product?
15) What is the national dish of Sierra Leone?
16) What body of water borders Sierra Leone to the west?
17) What is the approximate total area of Sierra Leone?
18) What is the life expectancy of the people of Sierra Leone?
19) What type of climate does Sierra Leone have?
20) What is the national anthem of Sierra Leone?
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