Guinea's climate is tropical, as one would expect in a
country located just south of the Equator. December to
March is the wet season, although occasional rain falls
Guinea is linguistically the most complex nation of the
world. Over 800 languages are spoken in this Pacific
country as summarized in Ethnologue: Languages of the
World. In cooperation with the PNG Department of
Education since 1956, research has been carried out in
more than 389 languages.
The kina (ISO 4217 code: PGK) is the
currency of Papua New Guinea. It is divided in 100 toea.
The kina was introduced on 19 April 1975, replacing the
Australian dollar at par.
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