City Team member: 71020 莊玟琪 71021 連心雅 71025 陳庭瑀 71034 謝雯婷 71041
I am in good condition.
The two things could be comparable.
Gold and sliver are previous and metals.
This stone is a monolith.
Soil erosion by rain and wind is a serious problem here.
This humid climate is only fit for the bamboo.
His childhood was spent in a shanty.
It is our civil duty to pay attention to common sanitation.
This young lady wouldn’t deign to greet the servant who opened the door.
Q&A---The Capital of Country
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Paris Berlin London Madrid Rome
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Nigeria ( )
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Not New York
Cairo Abuja Washington,D.C
Nigeria is located in western Africa on the Gulf of Guinea and has a total area of 923,768 km2, making it the world's 32nd-largest country. It is comparable in size to Venezuela, and is about twice the size of California.
Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria. It is located in the center of Nigeria in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Abuja is a planned city, which was built mainly in the 1980s and officially became Nigeria's capital on in 1991, replacing the role of the previous capital Lagos. As of the 2006 census, the Federal Capital Territory has a population of 778,567.
Abuja lies in the tropical rain forest, and experiences three weather conditions annually, includes a warm, humid rainy season and a blistering dry season. daytime temperatures reach 28-30 degrees and nighttime lows hover around 22-23 degrees.
The rainy season begins from April and ends in October, In the dry season, daytime temperatures can soar as high as 40 degrees and nighttime temperatures can dip to 12 degrees, resulting in chilly evenings. Even the chilliest nights can be followed by daytime temperatures well above 30 degrees. The annual total rainfall is in the range of 1100 mm to 1600 mm
Abuja's geography is defined by Aso Rock, a 400-meter monolith left by water erosion . The Presidential Complex, National Assembly, Supreme Court and much of the town extend to the south of the rock. "Aso" means "victorious" in the language of the (now displaced) Asokoro ("the people of victory").
Abuja is known for being the best purpose-built city in Africa [ citation needed ] as well as being one of the wealthiest and most expensive; however, the population on the semi-developed edges of the city live in shanty towns such as Karu. Karu, originally planned to house the capital's civil servants and lower income families, still has an unstable electricity supply.