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Freetown Lungi International - Sierra Leone - FNA

London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£390.00

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£180.00

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£410.00

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£217.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£399.00

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£217.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£399.00

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£217.00

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Freetown Lungi International - Sierra Leone - FNA

London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£480.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£215.00

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Freetown Lungi International - Sierra Leone - FNA

London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£560.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£270.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£410.00

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Freetown Lungi International - Sierra Leone - FNA

London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£233.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£380.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£210.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£350.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£199.00

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London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£450.00

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Freetown Lungi International - Sierra Leone - FNA

London Heathrow - United Kingdom - LHR

£240.00

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Freetown, capital, boss port, and biggest city of Sierra Leone, on the rough Sierra Leone Peninsula, at the toward the ocean tip of a scope of lush slopes, which were named Serra Leôa ("Lion Mountains") by the Portuguese guide Pedro de Sintra when he investigated the West African coast in 1462. By the 1650s the expanded movement of British, French, Dutch, and Danish exchanging organizations finished the restricted level of Portuguese command over the seaside exchange. An English abolitionist, Granville Sharp, chose the site (south of the mouth of the Sierra Leone River) in 1787 as an asylum for African slaves, liberated and penniless in England. (They were known as the Black Poor.) In 1792 the Sierra Leone Company took on obligation and aided settle slaves from Nova Scotia who had battled for the British in the American Revolutionary War, the "Maroons," runaway captives of Jamaica, and others from caught slave ships. They were arrived at King Jimmy's Watering Place (presently a clamoring commercial center). Their relatives, known as Creoles, are currently dwarfed by Mende and Temne migrants from the inside. In 1821 Freetown turned into the seat of government for all of Great Britain's West African belongings, a position it held (with slight changes) until 1874. Freetown, fused as a district in 1893, turned into the country's capital in 1961.

Freetown's fantastic normal harbor (a significant World War II maritime base) has deepwater docking offices at the Queen Elizabeth II Quay. Its products incorporate palm oil and pieces, cocoa, espresso, ginger, and kola nuts. The city is the nation's business and transportation focus; modern undertakings are restricted and incorporate precious stone cutting, confectionary, paint and shoe ventures, rice processing, and fish pressing. Development of the Guma Dam has tackled Freeport's long-term water issue and gave more electrical power. Hastings Airfield (10 miles [16 km] southeast) handles homegrown flights; the worldwide air terminal at Lungi is across the Sierra Leone River.
Freetown is the site of Fourah Bay College on Mount Aureol (established 1827, part of the University of Sierra Leone, 1969), Njala University College (1964), the Milton Margai College of Education and Technology at neighboring Goderich (1960), an educators school, a specialized organization, and a few government and Christian and Muslim optional schools. Post Thornton (1796), presently the State House and home of the president, and the House of Representatives stand on Tower Hill.

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