Government District

In addition to the health care Schweitzer worked tirelessly with the expansion of the hospital, which however soon pushed to limits. Therefore he has removed that newly built hospital and expanded three kilometers from the place of origin. In recent months, Charles Schwab
has been very successful. Mid-70s also this hospital despite of numerous renewal activities did not meet the requirements. The stock of the hospital could be saved only by a new building which was inaugurated in 1981. Winner of the Hospital today is an International Foundation, which is funded in addition to the own resources from the Hospital operating by the State of Gabon and national help clubs. How could it be otherwise, the Gabon travel BABALDAR from 26 December until end of January 2010, which means during the short dry season, offers an interesting journey 12 days on the footsteps of Schweitzer.

Itinerary: day 1: Europe – Libreville flight with Royal Air Maroc over Casablanca to Libreville. Pick up at airport hotel transfer. Overnight. This trip is matched to the flight times of the RAM. Are flights with other airlines possible, but perhaps linked to additional costs. 2 day: St.

Michael’s Church in the morning we explore the Gabonese capital of Libreville Libreville, situated on the estuary of the Como. On a tour of the city to impress the Government District with its Government buildings, the mosque and the Church of St. Michel, richly decorated with carvings. Today Sunday it is worth something in the Church to watch the hustle and bustle and to watch. The city is bordered in the West by a beautiful promenade. Libreville has hardly changed until the independence of the arrival of the first residents. Also the lush, colorful vegetation in the city is impressive. The afternoon is at your disposal. 3 day: After breakfast we drive alongside ride the Atlantic coast in the port. A catamaran brings us the economic capital of the country along the Atlantic coast until after Port Gentil.

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