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The Gambia

The Gambia is a country located in West Africa, surrounded by Senegal, except for its western coastline on the Atlantic Ocean. The official language is English, and the currency is the Gambian dalasi. The Gambia has a presidential representative democratic republic form of government, and the current President is Adama Barrow.

The Gambia has a developing economy based on agriculture, tourism, and fishing. The country is known for its diverse culture, with many ethnic groups and traditional music and dances. The Gambia also has a rich history as a former British colony. It also has a rich biodiversity and several protected areas such as the Abuko Nature Reserve and the Kiang West National Park. The capital and largest city is Banjul, known for its historic sites such as the Albert Market and the Arch 22.