Gine-Bisaawo

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Gine-Bisaawo
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jeetaare leydi, leydi
YemreWest Africa Taƴto
Golle imaaɗe1974 Taƴto
Laamu inndeGuinea-Bissau, Guiné-Bissau, la République de Guinée-Bissao Taƴto
LesdinkeejumRepública da Guiné-Bissau Taƴto
Mutiɗa innde🇬🇼 Taƴto
Ɗemngal ngal sarwiisiiji leydi fu njoni haaludePortuguese Taƴto
Doondo leydiEsta É a Nossa Pátria Bem Amada Taƴto
Taguculture of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Jammoore leydiUnidade, Luta, Progresso, Unity, Fight, Progress, Единство, борба, прогрес Taƴto
DuungalAfirik Taƴto
LesdiGine-Bisaawo Taƴto
LaamordeBisaawo Taƴto
Located in or next to body of waterAtalantika Taƴto
AnnditirɗumWest Africa Taƴto
Jonde kwa'odineto12°0′0″N 15°0′0″W Taƴto
Kwa'odineto lettugal12°27′33″N 13°37′36″W Taƴto
Soɓɓire12°40′48″N 14°30′0″W Taƴto
Horɗoore10°55′18″N 15°3′49″W Taƴto
Gorgal12°20′8″N 16°42′47″W Taƴto
TowendiQ109837809 Taƴto
HoɓadeAtalantika Taƴto
Birrol parti politikkiPresident of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Arɗiɗo leddiUmaro Sissoco Embaló Taƴto
Office held by head of governmentPrime Minister of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Hooreejo leydiNuno Nabiam Taƴto
Laamu depitee enNational People's Assembly Taƴto
Central bankCentral Bank of West African States Taƴto
Hiiri-weeti pelleUTC±00:00, Africa/Bissau Taƴto
CedeWest African CFA franc Taƴto
Shares border withGine, Senegaal Taƴto
Driving sideright Taƴto
Electrical plug typeEuroplug Taƴto
ReplacesPortuguese Guinea Taƴto
IPA transcriptiongɪ'neːɑ 'bɪsæʉ Taƴto
Laawol ngol laamu anndanihttps://www.gov.gw/ Taƴto
HashtagGuineaBissau Taƴto
Golle gofernema.gw Taƴto
Deesewalflag of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Coat of armsEmblem of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Has qualitypartly free country Taƴto
Joogarafiigeography of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Taarikihistory of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Ndesaeconomy of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Annaji Aljeridemographics of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto
Mobile country code632 Taƴto
Country calling code+245 Taƴto
Emergency phone number112, 119, 121, 180 Taƴto
Maritime identification digits630 Taƴto
Unicode character🇬🇼 Taƴto
Category for mapsCategory:Maps of Guinea-Bissau Taƴto

Gine-Bisaawo (pt. Guiné-Bissau, maa Gine Bisaawo, ko aldaa e pocal ngal) ko leydi e Afirik Hirnaangeeri, keernundi e Gine (Konaakiri) ka funnaange e Senegal ka nano. Senngo hiirnaangewo ngon no feewti e Baharu Atalantik maa Oseyan Atilanti.

Mbertudi leydi ndin ko 36.120 km2, jamaa hoɗuɗo e mayri no hewtaynoo fewndo hitaande 2014 yimɓe 1.693.398. Laamorde nden ko Bisaawo, 395.954 (2010). Leydi ndin hino jogii suriije (duuɗe) wi'eteeɗe Bijaago. Ka taariika ka laamu Ngaabu, jeyannongu e laamateeri Malle (Empire du Mali) ɓuri lollude. Portokeesuuɓe ɓen adino jogaade daande maayo leydi ndin ɓe huutori ɗum e golleeji maɓɓe ngeeygu jiyaaɓe ɓaleeɓe. Ko non ɓe naatiri seeɗa seeɗa e leydi ndin fow haa ɓe watti ndi e ley karhankaaku maɓɓe. Hitaande 1956 fedde wi'eteende PAIGC (Fedde wonannde hettaare Gine Bisaawo e Kaapo Werde) fuɗɗii cippiro ngon. Nyannde 24 sutaambar ɓe noddi jeytal hoore leydi ndin. Hooreejo-leydi arano on laati Luis Cabral. E nder hitaande 1980, caggal sokolaaji heewɗi e baŋŋe ngaluuji leydi, miniteeriiɓe folli Cabral laamii. Ko João Bernardo Vieira laatinoo hooreejo maɓɓe haa kanko kadi miniteeriijo go'o wi'eteeɗo Kummba Yala jaɓti laamu ngun e juuɗe makko. Vieira dogi yahri Portokeesi. Fitina e jiiɓu-jaaɓu naati e leydi ndin. Kummba Yala kadi follaa, rebeljo inneteeɗo Mane naati e murtaldu. Kono gila woote sakkitiiɗe ɗen hitaande 2005 (ko João Bernardo Vieira ganyinoo ɗe) Gine Bisaawo heɓtii deeƴere seeɗa.

Demography[taƴto | taƴto ɗaɗi wiki]

Demography: Gine-Bisaawo 1961-2003

Demography: Gine-Bisaawo 1961-2003


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Leydi e Afirik
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