By George Watson. The Essential Childrens Book About: Cote d'Ivoire
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Côte d'Ivoire’s national flag. <ul><li>These are the colors of the flag of Côte d'Ivoire, also known as the Ivory Coast. </li></ul>
Cote d’Ivoire food Food is an important part of Cote d’Ivoire culture. This is their lunch, known as Déjeuner to them. They would often make American food, like you see here, but they could also sometimes make homeland recipes, such as ALOCO and SAUCE ARACHIDE, which there is no American equivalent to. Other meals they eat are
Government <ul><li>Côte d'Ivoire, like the U.S., is a Republican government. They hold elections every 5 years to determine a new president. The president appoints members of the cabinet as well. There is a national assembly (shown here) that is similar to the U.S. Congress. They have a Judicial Branch that is divided the same way the U.S. court system is, with the Supreme Court being the highest </li></ul>
In Cote d’Ivoire, most people will go to the market to get their necessities, such as food. A market is a place usually in the center of the town, where numerous people and small businesses will sell all kinds of items to customers who come there.
Cote d'Ivoire Cote d'Ivoire is in Africa. It has a coastline on the Gulf of New Guinea. Besides this coastal strip, it consists of dense forests and savannahs in the north. Gulf of New Guinea
<ul><li>Cote D’Ivoire’s beautiful beach expands for miles along the entire south side of the country </li></ul>
<ul><li>Cote d’Ivoire has a great world cup soccer team called the Cote d’Ivoire Elephants. They are qualifying for the 2010 world cup right now. </li></ul>
Language <ul><li>The national language in Cote d'Ivoire is French. They speak a slightly different version, but it is mostly the same as what’s spoken in France. </li></ul>