Definition of Capital of Central Africa
1. Noun. The capital and largest city of the Central African Republic.
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Central Africa, Central African Republic
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Literary usage of Capital of Central Africa
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1. Pioneering in Central Africa by Samuel Phillips Verner (1903)
"The river narrows as we approach Boma, and high hills appear on either side. At last the fort and the white houses of the capital of Central Africa rise to ..."
2. Elements of Geography, Modern and Ancient with a Modern and an Ancient Atlas by Joseph Emerson Worcester (1844)
"... situated near the Niger, is the commercial capital of Central Africa, and the point to which caravans proceed from the north. ..."
3. The Story of the Congo Free State: Social, Political, and Economic Aspects by Henry Wellington Wack (1905)
"... and now recognised as the capital of Central Africa. The spread of French influence so far as Brazzaville was significant and ominous. ..."
4. The American School Geography: Embracing a General View of Mathematical by Barnum Field (1844)
"TIMBUCTOO, situated near the Niger, is the commercial capital of Central Africa. Some of the other towns are ..."
5. The Congo State: Or, The Growth of Civilisation in Central Africa by Demetrius Charles de Kavanagh Boulger (1898)
"... close to the margin of the lake, and destined to become the administrative capital of Central Africa. To this head station was given the appropriate ..."
6. The American School Geography: Embracing a General View of Mathematical by Barnum Field (1837)
"TIMBUCTOO, situated near the Niger, is the commercial capital of Central Africa. Some of the other towns arc ..."