The landlocked African state of Botswana is one of the wealthiest countries of the Black continent. Being poor by the time of gaining its independence in 1960’s, Botswana enlarged its income to the world’s medium level of prosperity in the end. Huge reserves of gemstones and precious metals, as well as valuable base metals, were discovered in Botswana and make the bulk of the country’s revenue. The largest diamond mine in the world is situated in Botswana and producing the great amount of precious stones annually. The country also has significantly advanced banking system, comparing to the other states of Africa. The legal tender bank notes and coins of Botswana are called pulas. Limited editions of precious Botswana coins are produced especially for collecting.
One can buy collectible Botswana coins, showing various subjects connected with the country’s landmarks. Special commemorative coins of Botswana have different shapes and features to please the coin collectors. Exotic and rare Botswana coins will be a great gift for any coin collector or investor, because the issues of commemoratives are quite irregular. Some beautiful coins of Botswana can be ordered online via Coinsberg.com. All the purchased Botswana coins are shipped for free to any place of the world.
Botswana is a multinational state, although the majority of population is Tswana people; their native language is one of two official ones of the country. English has the official status too. There are numerous groups of other African nationalities in Botswana, including tribes leading the traditional hunter-gatherer style of living. Local arts and music events are available for tourists as well. Additionally, the visitors of Botswana can see museums and nature parks, inhabited by wild animals. There is modern tourism infrastructure built in Botswana for last years.
National wildlife reservations and parks were created to preserve the unique biodiversity of Botswana, including big endemic African mammals. The country is very densely populated, due to hot and dry climate conditions in the most of its territory. Despite the comparably high living standards of Botswana, it suffers from the pandemic diseases, which infected almost the quarter part of population.
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