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Where is Abidjan located?

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Abidjan is a city located in the Ivory Coast. It is the largest city in the country and is one of the most populated cities in Western Africa.

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The city has a very large port that exports many agricultural products, such as coffee, timber and bananas. One of the most popular attractions in Abidjan is the Banco National Park. The park has 7,410 acres of unusual species of fauna and giant species of tropical trees. St. Paul's Cathedral is another popular tourist destination that was designed by the Italian architect, Aldo Spirito. The first stone of the cathedral was consecrated in 1980 by Pope John Paul II.

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