Modern Nigeria, as the Heiress of the Yorube Empire

Nigeria is a Blessed Country with Many Miles of the Coast, National Parks, Exceting Ancient Monments and Precious Oil Fields. Despite these Natural Resources, The Country of Nigeria is Poor. The Reason for this Is Fierce Disputes Between Races and Relygions, Especially Between Muslims and Christians. Despite these Disagreements, the years of civil war and dictatorship, this colorful African state free interli -lovers of exotic.

The Sights of Nigeria

On this territory, in ancient Times, The Yorube Empire Was Located. Today, Here You Can Admire the Colonial Portuguese Architecture of Its Former Capital Oyo (Oyo). In Oshogbo (Oshogbo) There Is a Magnify Temple of Oshun (Oshun), In Which, EVERY AUGUST, A TRADITIAL FESTIVAL IS HELD. The Best Yoruba Culture Has Been Preserved in the City of Ife (IFE), The Museum of Which Has Bronze and Terracotta Sculptures Dated 13th Century. The Modern City of Benin Is a Rapidly Developing Metropolis, Which Also Has Soome Artifacts Familiarizing with the History of Yorube, and in the City of You Get Acquainted with An Intersting Collection of Works of Art. MORE THE 1000 YEARS AGO, The City of Kano Was Founded, Having Visited Which, You Can See the Enchanting Palace of Emir.  

Not far from Cameroon, The Country of Nigeria Offers to Visit Its Main Natural Attraction, National Cross-River Park. He Will Offer Interesting Excursions in the Tropical Forest, Majestic Mountains, and Picturesque Hills, Where Populations of Wild Animals Live. In the Park You Can Find Housing, Restaurants and, Even, Pools.

Nigeria National Cuisine

Nigerians Eat Very Spicy Food. EFO – Stewed Meat and MoyinMoyin – Bean Pudding, Are Evience of this. Popular Products are manioca and corn, from which a wide varial of dishes are prepared, Adding a Lot of Various Herbs, Spicy Pepper and Meat, If the Can Afford IT. The Country of Nigeria Has Its Own Beer, Which Has a Kind of Taste and Doles Notly Like the European, Like Local Palm Wine.

Weather in Nigeria

The Climatic Feature of Nigeria is a Clear Division of the Country Into Zones: Coastal, Where is Great Humidity, and Northern, Were Dry. The Average Annual Temperatures Exched 25 Degrees, But Especially Hot in the Summer, When They Reach The 40 Degree Mark. Without A Doubt, The Country of Nigeria is More Hospitable in the Winter, When Sea Breeze At Least a Little Disperse the Heat.