Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) is located in West Africa off the coast of the Gulf of Guinea. Since 1960, the state gained independence from France, but retained the French official language. Mostly flat landscapes with tropical forests in the south and savannah in the north of the country, where summer is all year round - the average annual temperature is + 27 °.
St. Paul's Catholic Cathedral in Abidjan is the second largest religious building in Côte d'Ivoire after the Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace in Yamoussoukro - the largest cathedral in the world.
An unusual active Catholic church with a spiral road, as it were, offers guests and pilgrims the hospitality of heaven.
The Cowar Mosque is located in the town of Cowar in the north-east of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire. This is a mosque built in the Sudanese style around the XVII century.
Cote d'Ivoire, Cong, 17th century temple
Islamic mosque during the reign of the empire of Mali, which was located on the territory of Côte d'Ivoire before the arrival of immigrants from Europe.
Listed in the Book of Records as the largest cathedral in the world, Notre Dame de la Paix can be seen for several kilometers around a small African town, which became a world celebrity by the whim of one president.