What country is Juba in?
The capital of South Sudan is called Juba (pronounced Juba). The city consists partly of villages and many residents still live in round huts like their ancestors. The city is located about 1,200 kilometers south of Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. Juba is located on the western bank of the Nile. The South Sudanese are proud of their new state and are striving to turn their capital into a modern center. The best way to experience the construction of the new state is in Juba.
New state buildings and monuments are being built on the banks of the White Nile. The great Juba Bridge crosses the Nile. With a boat trip on the Nile you can explore the region around Juba. With a little luck, you can watch elephants taking a bath in the Nile. In the center there are quite a lot of markets where handicraft products, textiles and fish are sold. Juba’s restaurants offer regional dishes such as falafel, pork, goat and beef. There is also pita bread and tea. Meanwhile, the “Juba International Airport” is located close to Juba .
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