Largest Cities in Liberia
Facts about Liberia
Official languages: English
Area: 111,370 km²
Population: 3.7 million residents
Population density: 33.09 residents per km²
Internet TLD: .lr
ISO codes: LR, LBR, 430
The telephone code from Liberia is +231
Flag of Liberia
The flag of Liberia, which dates back to 1847, at first glance resembles the flag of the United States, reflecting its colonial past. However, Liberia was not a classic colony, since 1822 it served as a colony of freed slaves from the USA. The original flag featured a Christian cross instead of a white star, which was later replaced by a star as an expression of Liberia’s independence. The eleven white and red stripes refer to the eleven men who signed the Liberian Declaration of Independence. The blue field in the upper left part of the flag marks the African continent and the star itself symbolizes the bright future of Liberia.
Liberia is a state in West Africa. See Liberia Location on World Map. Liberia was initially a project to settle former African American slaves after the abolition of slavery in the United States and one of the first independent states on the African continent. Conflicts between former Afro-American slaves and the native ethnic groups shape the country to this day. After a bloody civil war, the democratic election of a new president in November 2005 laid the foundation for a new democratic beginning in Liberia.
Biggest Cities of Liberia by Population
|9||New Yekepa, Liberia||24,806||7.57944||-8.53778|
|14||Fish Town, Liberia||3,439||5.19739||-7.87579|
|18||Cestos City, Liberia||2,689||5.45683||-9.58167|
According to Abbreviation Finder, Monrovia is the capital of Liberia. It is located on the coast, roughly in the middle of the country. Here the Saint Paul River flows into the sea. About one million people live in Monrovia. Monrovia got its name because it was used to honor the American President James Monroe in 1824.