Central African Republic travel guide, including map of the Central African Republic, top Central African Republic travel experiences, and tips for travel in th
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Capital of Central African Republic: Bangui
Population of Central African Republic: 4.8 million
Languages in Central African Republic: French, Sangho
Time in Central African Republic: GMT +1
International dialling code in Central African Republic: +236
Voltage in Central African Republic: 220V 50Hz
Visa information for Central African Republic: Visa information
Money in Central African Republic: Central African franc (CFA) There are no ATMs in Central African Republic: Credit cards are generally not accepted and travellers cheques can be hard and expensive to exchange.
Central African Republic travel advice: Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Central African Republic tourist board: Central African Republic
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