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Abuja
Abuja
is the capital of Nigeria.
Abuja was picked for Nigeria's new capital because of its central location.
Abuja was planned to be the
first city
to be built in Nigeria. The University of
Abuja was found in 1988.
Government type, population, and the continent the country is located
One of the tourist attractions in Nigeria is The Ibeno Beach. The Ibeno Beach is said to be the
longest beach in West Africa.
Ibeno Beach has a
few activities
including water
sports, beach soccer and boating.
The Ibeno Beach is
very popular for tourism

because

it was the landing site of the christian mission from Scotland.
Obudu Mountain Resort
Obudu Mountain Resort

attracts many tourists from different parts of the world throughout the year.
When tourists visit
Obudu Moutain
they go to a certain part of the mountain to pray with a belief that the mountain is closer to God.
Awhum Waterfall
The Awhum Waterfall is a very popular tourist site in
Enugu, Nigeria.
Its popular because of a
Titanic crop
made out of granite rock with water flowing down from the top to create a stream below the Titanic crop.
Workers Day
and
Childrens day
Workers Day-
Celebrated on
May 1.


Childerns Day-
Celebrated on
May 27.
Workers day And Childerns Day
The holiday called Childerns Day is
ment to celebrate "childhood".
It is also paid to
all childern in the world.
Childerns Day was first Celebrated worldwide on October, 1955.

The holiday called Workers Day became a National holiday for the
workers that want their hours shorter.
This holiday
became a National holiday on May 1, 1981.
Natural Resources, Climate, Vegetation and Land Use
Natural Resources
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Nigeria's Natural Resources include Natural Gas, Petroleum, Tin, Iron Ore, Coal, Limestone, and Lead.

Climate-
Nigeria's climate is tropical. By the coast of Nigeria Temperatures rarely 32 degrees Celsius. The humidity is very high. The nights are very hot.

Ni
ger
ia

BY: Haylee Berry
The Nigerian flag was adopted on the date of
October 9, 1960.
The colors on the flag are
Green
then
White
then back to
Green
. The
Green stripes
on the flag stands for their
Agriculture
.
The White
stripe in the middle of the flag means
Peace.
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On the day the flag was adopted which was October 9, 1960 was also when
Nigeria gained independence from Great Britain.
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The flag design was created by
Michael Taiwo Akinkunmi.
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Nigeria has a government of
Federal republic.

The population of Nigeria is almost reaching
190 million
people (the actually population right now is
188,846,955
).

The continent that Nigeria is
located in Africa.
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The Ibeno Beach
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Holidays:
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Natuarl resources, Climate, Vegetation, and Land Use
Vegetation-
The vegetation types are Forests and Savannahs.

Land Use-

Agricultural Land= 78%
araland= 37.3%
permanent crops= 7.4%
permanent pasture= 33.3%
Forest= 9.5%
Others= 12.5%
History Timeline of Nigeria
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1472-
Portugue settlers became the first Europeans to live in Nigeria.
1800's-
The Muslim empire rules the region.
1903-
Britain takes control of NIgeria.
1960-
Nigeria gains independence from Britain. A new government was adopted.
1966-
Military takes control of the government.
1967 to 1970-
The Eastern side of Nigeria proclaims itself the Republic of Biafra, and leads to a civil war killing about 1 million people.
1983-
Military takes control of the government again.
1999-
Military rule ends and votes a free presidential election.
2010-
Nigeria celebrates for the 50th year of independence
Scientific Timeline of Nigeria
Musicians in Nigeria
Black Magic-
1980-Still Alive
Nelly Uchendu-
1950-2005
Rugged Man-
1985-Still Alive
Tuface(2face)-
1975-Still Alive
Wizboyy-
1977-Still Alive
1995-
Oviemo was declared best African scientist.
2008-
Shelu Balami invented his very first rocket from support from his family and freinds.
2003-
Gilbert invented The Counter Collision Gadget.
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4.)"Worldometer". www.worldometer.info. 2015. Web. 11-4-16.
5.)"One World Nations Online". www.nationsonline.org. Nations Online Project. 1998-2014 Web. 11-4-16.
6.)"30 top Attractions in Nigeria". www.travelstart.com.ng. 1999-2015. Web. 11-4-16.
7.)"Holiday Calendars". holiday-calendar.com. 2016. Web 11-7-16
8.)"NTA". www.nta.ng. 2016. Web. 11-7-16
9.)"Information Nigeria". www.informationng.com. 2016. Web. 11-7-16
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13.)"Nigeria Land Use". www.indexmundi.com. 2016. Web. 11-8-16.
14.)"Time for Kids". www.timeforkids.com. 2016. Web. 11-8-16.
15.)"NLIPWatch". nlipwatch.com. 1016. Web. 11-10-16.
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