Guinea celebrates the Africa Cup of Nations, Presidents Day, Music Day Festival, Armed Forces Day, Independence Day, Malabo Hip Hop Festival, and Christmas.
Human Environment Interaction - "Human environment interaction refers to the ways people change their environment and how the environment changes them. Human environment interaction is one of the five themes of geography created by the National Council for Geographic Education and the Association of American Geographers in 1984."
Guinea grows tons of rice, sweet potatoes, yams, and corn.
That main jobs in Guinea are mining, healthcare, and education.
Geographic them of movement - "The postmodern world is one of great interaction between places. This movement is inherently geographic, whether it is by telecommunications or ship."
In 2014, Guinea-Bissau exported $244M and imported $397M. The top exports of Guinea-Bissau are Coconuts, Brazil Nuts, and Cashews, Rough Wood, and Non-fillet Frozen Fish.
The Guinea flag was definite on November 10, 1958. Red symbolizes the country's struggle for independence, yellow represents the riches of the land, and green is a symbol of the country's vegetation. When the Cold War came to Africa Guinea gained its independence.