Nightclubs in Conakry
Conakry nightclub: Riviera Royal Hotel, Night Club Albatros Plus, Diaby Nahawi, Mosquée Carreaux, Golan+ Ex Escal Plus, Crisber Night Club, Twins Lounge Bar, Chez Issak, Crisber, Kingdom Club, Alize NightClub, La Concorde, Ibiza plague, KTV
, officially the Republic of Guinea, is a country in West Africa. Formerly known as French Guinea, it is today sometimes called Guinea-Conakry to distinguish it from its neighbour Guinea-Bissau and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. It has a population of 10,057,975 and an area of 246000 km2. Forming a crescent as it curves from its western border on the Atlantic Ocean toward the east and the south, Guinea shares its northern border with Guinea-Bissau, Senegal, and Mali, and its southern border with Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Côte d'Ivoire. The sources of the Niger River, Gambia River, and Senegal River are all found in the Guinea Highlands. The country is a republic. The president who is directly elected by the people, is the Head of State and Head of Government. The Unicameral National Assembly is the legislative body of the country, and its members are directly elected by the people. The judicial branch is led by the Guinea Supreme Court, the highest and final Court of appeal in the country. Guinea is divided into eight administrative regions and subdivided into thirty-three prefectures. Conakry is Guinea's capital, largest city, and economic centre. Nzérékoré, located in the Guinée forestière region in Southern Guinea, is the second largest city. Other major cities in the country with a population above 100,000 include Kankan, Kindia, Labe, Guéckédou, Boke, Mamou and Kissidougou. Guinea has four main regions: Maritime Guinea, Mid-Guinea, Upper-Guinea and Forested Guinea. Guinea is a predominantly Islamic country, with Muslims representing 85 percent of the population. Christians, mostly Roman Catholic, make up about 10 percent of the population, and are mainly found in the southern Guinée forestière region. The Muslim majority and Christian minority of Guinea generally interact with each other peacefully. Guinea's 10 million people belong to twenty-four ethnic groups. The largest and most prominent groups are the Fula, who are predominantly found in the Fouta Djallon region in central Guinea. Mandingo likewise predominate in Eastern Guinea. And Susu predominate in the coastal region of northwestern Guinea.