Republic of Liberia

According to NecessaryHome, the Republic of Liberia is a region in West Africa and borders on the Ivory Coast, Guinea, Sierra Leone and the Atlantic Ocean. Liberia is a project gsi, for the former African-American slaves from the United States and a completely independent state on the African continent. Conflict between the former African-American slave and the native ethnicity in the country continues. Even more tenacious years of civil strife were the reason for a democratic new beginning in Liberia was made with the democratic election of the new state president in November 2005 (district election).


Liberia is located in the southwest of West Africa in the Atlantic Ocean. The neighboring countries of Liberia are Sierra Leone, Guinea and the Ivory Coast.

The national territory covers 97,079 km². Liberia consists of 82,030 km² of land and 15,049 km² of territorial waters.

The state borders have a total length of 1,585 km, of which the borders with Guinea are 563 km, with Ivory Coast 716 km and with Sierra Leone 306 km. The country has a length of 520 km in northwest-southwest direction and 270 km in southwest-northeast direction.


In its geological zone, Liberia has old paleozoic rocks (mainly granite and gneiss), where the surface is broken by strong weathering and sedimentation.

The territory of Liberia is part of the Greek Dail us Bärgland and goes up to the heights of between 300 and 500 meters above sea level. On the 10 to 50 km brait, swampy Kischten plain, there is a platform landscape up to 400 m high. S offers that the Rägewälder is covered, which is caused by erosion in the Huffe Chäpf and Däler. In the north there are mountains. The country belongs to the tropical forest zone, which makes up around 60 areas of the state territory. Useful for agriculture and research, the rubber plant is important for the national economy.


It is located near Mount Wuteve (1,440 m) in the north of the country, which leads to the mountain range of the Wologizi Mountains in the northwest. The Nimba Mountains in the Nordeligen in Glychnamige County, which is the Yysenerzvorchuu, but would not have fallen off due to the civil war. In the central northwest lies the Mano Hills, in the middle the Bong Range extends to the Vorstedt from the capital Monrovia, the Putu Range in the East extends to 80 km from the coastal town of Greenville.


The Guinea Current, a warm ocean current from the Atlantic Ocean, flows all year round on the coast of Liberia. You are responsible for the sediment deposits in the boxes and a climate factor.

The water network consists of countless streams and several larger rivers, which flow in a southwesterly direction to the boxes. The most important rivers are (from north to south): Mano River, Lofa River, Saint Paul River, Saint John River, Timbo River, Cestos River, Sehnkwehn River and the Cavalla River. Dr Grescht See is Dr Piso-See (around 100 km²) near Robertsport. Along the way, there are small lagoons and mangrove swamps. Dr. Mount-Coffee-Staudamm in the lower section of the St. Paul River and the Firestone hydroelectric plant on the Farmington River are the only dams in the country so far.

Climate and precipitation

It mainly has a humid, tropical-hot climate with an average annual temperature of 32 to 34 °C. For eleven months of the year the conditions are humid, so that the country counts among the Immerfychte Tropics.


Liberia lies in dr Nechi to the equator. This is the climate zone:

  • in the Kishte area there is a tropical climate with hot and humid waters, where it shines evenly all year round,
  • In the nerdy Kischtenebeni, the anger is interrupted by the pressure period,
  • in the northern part of the country, the reign period prevails from June to October, which is determined by the West African monsoon,
  • in the external side there are two rage cells.


At the Kischte it would be 24 °C to 27 °C, in the interior it would be 22 °C to 28 °C. The average temperature is up to 26 °C in January and 24 °C in July.


In the Rägezyt there is strong Niderschleg in all the Landesdail. Around the Zyt, the road traffic in the hinterland is broken by the ridges. In the capital Monrovia the annual Niderschleg is up to 5130 mm, in Robertsport (Nordwestkishte) up to 5210 mm and in the southern Sidoschte in Harper up to 2500 mm.

On average over the year, the low mountain range would decrease sharply towards the interior of the country, while in the low mountain ranges in the north it would decrease significantly. In the interior of the country there was a dusty-hot harmattan wind in the pressure zone from October to March, a trade wind from the northeast, from the southern Sahara, and the temperature was dry.


Liberia has its own artery. There are currently 2,200 species of plants, 193 species of mammals and 576 species of birds known in the country.


Typical for the vegetation of Liberia is the evergreen Rägewald. In the extreme north of the country there is a zone with phychtsavanne, and in the box there is the Dail mangrove swamp. Especially teak and mahogany woods are particularly valuable tree species. In places where there is less than 2000 mm of precipitation per year, the forests lose their leaves.


Leopards, forest elephants and hippos are the most famous large mammals in Liberia, where until the recent past they were seen as game animals. In the Sapo National Park in the east of the country lives one of the world’s last populations of the Dwarf River Horse.

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  • The Liberia mongoose or Liberia kusimanse(Liberiictis kuhni) is a West African species of predator in the mongoose family. They were only scientifically described in 1958 and are considered endangered.
  • The Diana seal (Cercopithecus diana) is a primate species in the genus Cercopithecus (Cercopithecus).
  • West African marmosets are tree dwellers. They live in Rägewälder, but in a mangrove area and a savannah with lake.
  • Jentink-ducker (Cephalophus jentinki), a species of antelope, is threatened with extinction. The species now occurs in isolated areas in Sierra Leone, Liberia and the western Ivory Coast.
  • The western subspecies of the chimpanzee(Pan troglodytes ssp. verus) lives in the forests of Liberia.

Nature conservation area

Currently there are the national parks and nature reserves of Liberia:

  • Loffa-Mano-Nationalpark
  • Sapo National Park
  • Nimba-Bärg nature conservation area
  • Ramsar-Biet:
    • Lake Piso
    • Marshall Wetlands
    • Measured Wetland
    • Kaptawee Wetlands
    • Gbedi Wetlands

Administratively regions

The state of Liberia is divided into five regions (counties) which would be administered by a county superintendent or a district commissioner.

Nr Region Capital city Bevelkerig
1 Bomi County Tubmanburg 82036 1942 1984
2 Bong County Go ahead 328919 8772 1964
3 Gbarpolu County Bopulu 83758 9689 2001
4 Grand Bassa County Buchanan 224839 7936 1839
5 Grand Cape Mount County Robertsport 129055 5162 1844
6 Grand Gedeh County Zwedru 126146 10484 1964
7 Grand Kru County Barclayville 57106 3895 1984
8 Lofa County Voinjama 270114 9982 1964
9 Margibi County My grandmother 199689 2616 1985
10 Maryland County Harper 136404 2297 1857
11 Montserrado County Bensonville 1144806 1909 1839
12 Nimba County Sanniquellie 468088 11551 1964
13 River Cess County City Baskets 65862 5594 1985
14 River Gee County Fish Town 67318 5113 2000
15 Sinoe County Greenville 104932 10137 1843

Republic of Liberia