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République de Guinée
Republic of Guinea
Anthem: Liberté
Capital [[has capital::Conakry]]
9°30′N 13°43′W
Largest city Conakry
Official language(s) French (official), Pulaar, Kissi, Kpelle, Maninka, Susu, Toma
Government Republic
 - Total 245,857 km²
245,857,000,000 m²
2,458,570 ha
94,925.918 miles²
  94,926 sq mi 
 - Water (%) Negligible
 - July 2005 est. 9,402,000 (countries by population|83rd)
 - Density 38.5/km² (164th)
99.7/sq mi 
GDP (PPP) 2005 estimate
 - Total $20.74 billion (111th)
 - Per capita $2,200 (142nd)
HDI (2003) 0.466 (156th) – low
Currency [[Uses currency::Guinean franc]] (GNF)
Time zone [[Located in::GMT zone]] (UTC0)
Internet TLD [[Has internet]]
Calling code +224
This article, or parts of this article, has been imported from the page Wikipedia:Guinea.

Guinea, officially the Republic of Guinea (French: République de Guinée), is a nation in West Africa. It borders Guinea-Bissau and Senegal on the north, Mali on the north and north-east, the Côte d'Ivoire on the south-east, Liberia on the south, and Sierra Leone on the west. Its territory encompasses the water source for the Niger, Senegal, and Gambia rivers, with a coastline facing the Atlantic Ocean. The name Guinea (geographically assigned to most of Africa's west coast, south of the Sahara desert and north of the Gulf of Guinea) originates from Berber and roughly translates into 'land of the blacks.'