The Central African Republic is a landlocked country in central Africa. The capital city is Bangui. It lies at River Ubangi banks and was established as a French trading post. Bangui connects the wooded hills and grassy fields.
The first inhabitants would be the Aka (Pygmy) people who today live at the forested regions at the east and west of the country.
Boats moored along the banks of the Chari River.