Small country of West Africa, Benin stretches while length from the Niger River to the Gulf of Guinea. Such latitudes offer a great variety of landscapes providing savannas, forests and a coast with a tropical air. Benin also has a history and a fascinating culture, one is imbued all along the trip. In a region where political instability is common, Benin is also an exception; is to wonder why the country does not attract more visitors! Discovery of Benin small country which extends lengthwise between the Niger River in the north and the Gulf of Guinea to the south, Benin is among the most stable countries in Africa, including on the political level. The stretched shape of Beninese territory is crossed by various northern climatic influences in the south, resulting in landscapes ranging from wooded grassland in the northern regions to the humid southern coastal plains. It is in this region that we find the large cities of the country: the capital http://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/porto-novo Porto Novo, Cotonou and in particular its economic dynamism. The importance of the historical heritage http://www.cityzeum.com/palais-royaux-dabomey Benin reminded the country's past, when kingdoms succeeded before the arrival of European settlers. The natural heritage is not left out, and Benin are two remarkable http://www.cityzeum.com/parc-national-w-8946 national parks in the north of the country:

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