May 2018

Identify this country using the following clues

1. The relief is predominantly mountainous, with a highest point of 3,724m.

2. The land area is similar to that of Burkina Faso, and it has a 15,134km coastline.

3. Almost 90 per cent of the population is urban, with the largest city home to four times the population of the capital.

4. Has the same number of paved airport runways as North Korea.

5. Has the longest single-word place name in the world containing 85 characters.
 

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This was published in the May 2018 edition of Geographical magazine

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